My love is like my ain countrie. My wee wee wife. O poverty. The blink o'' a bonnie bright e''e. Sandy allan. The two graves. My bonnie jean. I maun leave ye. The wife o'' elderslie. The tweed. She''s swet, she''s fair. Oh! Dool on the day i was married. Ye Fathers. What am i? Millicent Moran. Oh! What are friends? Nanny. I Canna Lie. My Bessie. An Auld man''s song. Doctor o''slee. The wind blaws cauldly. Oh! Mickle beauty. Jean sits on yon hillock. How sweet to hear. A carle cam to our ha'' gate. My old wife. The braes o'' Tweedale. My Sweet Lassie. Why do ye tarry. The lad wha''ll soon be far awa''. Menie hay. Farewell to the land. I''v Loved thee. Watty''s Wedding. Eliza. If there were feeling. One evening. Ye bonny sun. When summer days. A minstrel. My wifie we. Jessy rae. Can I forget? A health to him who thinks. A cotter i. My bonnie wee nanny. To my wife. There''s joy nae mair in annie''s e''e. My jeannie. Jock''s wife. The bard. When flowers. King mind. I''ve wandered on the sunny hill.My mountain hame.
Introduction to a poem. On the death of robert nicholl. Prayer of a coloured man. A passing question. Thought. Love''s cruelty. Evidence of love. Philosophy of love. Love''s Dying. To my child that liveth still. The beggar and his brother. Truth. Verses written after hearing "Rule Britannia". Sung. Candour. A Caution. To mourners. To my pen. Love. A company. Song of a Drinker. Devotion. The tune of galla water. Dear love. My Books.