A stag of warrant, a stag, a stag, A runnable stag, a kingly crop, Brow, bay and tray and three on top, A stag, a runnable stag.
When the pods went pop on the broom, green broom, And apples began to be golden-skinned, We harboured a stag in the Priory coomb.
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|Birth:||11th April, 1858|
|Death:||23rd March, 1909|
John Davidson was born in Barrhead, East Renfrewshire, Scotland. He was a Scottish poet, playwright and novelist, best known for his ballads. He also did translations from French and German. He studied at the University of Edinburgh. His first published work was Bruce, a chronicle play in the Elizabethan manner, which appeared with a Glasgow imprint in 1886. Four other plays, Smith, a Tragic Farce, An Unhistorical Pastoral, Aromantic Farce, and the brilliant pantomimic Scaramouch in Naxos were also published while he was in Scotland. He wrote several poems include: In a Music Hall and other Poems, Fleet Street Eclogues, Holiday and other poems, and Fleet Street and other Poems. He wrote a novel, entitled A Full and True Account of the Wonderful Mission of Earl Lavender.
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