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A Red, Red Rose

by Robert Burns
Course(s):"Carp 500"
Category: "Poetry"
Pages:1
Year of Publication:1794
Text:Click here to view A Red, Red Rose
Date Added:Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 10:40:48 AM CST
Notes:If you visit the web site for The Burns National Heritage Park, you can purchase a kit to make a set of cross-stitched Red, Red Rose coasters. Burns was also the author of Auld Lang Syne, which everybody knows about but nobody knows.
Average Rating: 7.3 out of 10 (23 ratings)

Reviews for A Red, Red Rose

Review - A Red, Red Rose

i liked it. it appealed to the sentimental. a sweet, little ditty. Then again, my husband had these lines in a play in high school and will occassionally break out in them... so maybe my affection is more tied to him!

Review - A Red, Red Rose

Weel, I j'st can't bring me self t' luve it.

Review - A Red, Red Rose

This poem doesn't do much for me. :(

Review - A Red, Red Rose

Are you sure someone from Hallmark didn't write this?

Review - A Red, Red Rose

I think it's sweet. It's probably not as artistically written as Kubla Kahn, but it says something.

Review - A Red, Red Rose

As the "Official Rating System" states, "I wanted to like it, but I couldn't bring myself to do so." It's a bit "over the top" for me … but then I've never met Robert Burns' bonnie lass!
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