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My Auntie Jean held to the shore

My auntie Jean held to the shore, As Ailsa boats cam' back; And she had coft a feather bed For twenty and a plack; And in it she wan fifty mark, Before a towmond sped; O! what a noble bargain Was auntie Jeanie's bed.


Laura Fraser

About this work

This is a poem by Robert Burns. It is read here by Laura Fraser.

Themes for this poem

sex humour

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