In 1826 Robert Pollok began an epic poem. Ten volumes later, and not even 28 years of age, Robert was dead.
His poem was called “The course of time”
I came across this poem through St Ann’s, Bridge of Allan, where my mother Margaret was born and where my daughter Rachel went to Nursery School.
Credits: Dexter Britain, Dylan Thomas, Raymond Tallis, Michael Mara, the BBC, old newspapers and a magpie.
Time passes. Listen. Time passes.
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