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Macpherson, James   
Alternate Author Name(s): Ossian
41 poems available by this author


AS A HUNDRED WINDS ON MORVEN       


AS THE DARK SHADES OF AUTUMN FLY OVER HILLS OF GRASS       


BATTLE OF LORA       
First Line: Son of the distant land, who dwellest in the secret


CALTHON AND COLMAL       
First Line: Pleasant is the voice of thy song, thou lonely dweller


CARRIC-THURA       
First Line: Hast thou left thy blue course in heaven, golden-haired


CARTHON       
First Line: A tale of the times of old! The deeds of days of other years
Last Line: The blast of the north is on the plain; %the traveller shrinks in the midst of his journey
Subject(s): Highlands Of Scotland; Mythology - Gaelic


CATH-LODA       
First Line: A tale of the times of old! %why, thou wanderer unseen


CATHLIN OF CLUTHA       
First Line: Come, thou beam that art lonely, from watching in


COLNA-DONA       
First Line: Col-amon of troubled streams, dark wanderer of


COMALIA       
First Line: The chase is over. No noise on


CROMA       
First Line: It was the voice of my love! Seldom art thou in ...'


DAR-THULA       
First Line: Daughter of heaven, fair art thou! The silence


DEATH OF CUTHULLIN       
First Line: Is the wind on the shield of fingal? Or is the


FINGAL, SELS.       
Subject(s): Love


FINGAL: BOOK 1       
First Line: Cuthullin sat by tura's wall; by the tree of the


FINGAL: BOOK 2       
First Line: Connal lay by the sound of the mountain-stream


FINGAL: BOOK 3       
First Line: Pleasant are the words of the song!' said cuthullin


FINGAL: BOOK 4       
First Line: Who comes with her songs from the hill, like the


FINGAL: BOOK 5       
First Line: On cromla's resounding side connal spoke to the


FINGAL: BOOK 6       
First Line: The clouds of night came rolling down. Darkness


FRAGMENTS OF ANCIENT POETRY, COLLECTED IN HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND, SELECTION    Poem Text    
First Line: I sit by the mossy fountain; on top of the hill of winds
Last Line: Passest, when mid-day is silent around.
Subject(s): Death; Graves; Grief; Poetry & Poets; Solitude; Dead, The; Tombs; Tombstones; Sorrow; Sadness; Loneliness


LATHMON       
First Line: Selma, thy halls are silent. There is no sound in


NEAR US ARE THE FOES. THEY COME FORWARD LIKE WAVES       
Subject(s): Sea


OINA-MORUL       
First Line: As flies the inconstant sun over larmon's grassy


OITHONA       
First Line: Darkness dwells around dunlathmon, though the


OSSIAN'S SONG OF SORROW       
First Line: Six childless men were we, who ne'er thought harm
Subject(s): Friendship


QUEEN OF LOCHLIN       


SONGS OF SELMA       
First Line: Star of descending night! Fair is thy light in the west


SONS OF SONG ARE GONE TO REST       
Subject(s): Sea


SUL-MALLA OF LUMON       
First Line: Who moves so stately on lumon, at the roar of the


TEMORA: BOOK 1       
First Line: The blue waves of erin roll in light. The mountains


TEMORA: BOOK 2       
First Line: Father of heroes! O trenmor! High dweller of


TEMORA: BOOK 3       
First Line: Who is that at blue-streaming lubar? Who, by ...'


TEMORA: BOOK 4       
First Line: Beneath an oak,' said the king, 'I sat on selma's ...'


TEMORA: BOOK 5       
First Line: Thou dweller between the shields that hang, on high


TEMORA: BOOK 6       
First Line: Catimor rises on his hill! Shall fingal take the


TEMORA: BOOK 7       
First Line: From the wood-skirted waters of lego ascend, at


TEMORA: BOOK 8       
First Line: As when the wintry winds have seized the waves of


WAR OF CAROS       
First Line: Bring, daughter of toscar, bring the harp! The light


WAR OF INIS-THONA       
First Line: Our youth is like the dream of the hunter on the


WAVES CROWD AWAY. THEY CROWD AWAY FOR FEAR