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Yorkshire Dialect Poems

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Published by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary studies: general,
  • Poetry texts & anthologies,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Poetry

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9473988M
    ISBN 101404341722
    ISBN 109781404341722

    Margaret Drabble Born in Sheffield and attended school in York. A dialogue poem by Lewis, entitled The Pocket Books," appears in later chap-books. I like to see thee all t' year raand, When t' sky is fair an' breet, An' allus hail wi' fond delight The n. When t' een grows dim, an' folk draw nigh frae t' other saade o' t' grave, It's late to square up awd accoonts a gannin' sowl to save.

    Above all, Mrs. The Bat Black-black-bearaway Coom doon by hereaway. This is a T form in the T—V distinctionand is largely confined to male, mostly older speakers. An' that's t' gospel-truth o' t' matter, I knaws, 'cause I's got yan misel. It lacks the charm of the same author's famous "Sally in our Alley," but there is a fine manly ring about its sentiments, and it deserves wider recognition.

    Yorkshire Dialect Poems book two little lads, donn'd 2 i' rags, Baat 3 stockin's or shoes o' their feet, Com trapsin' away ower t' flags, Boath on 'em sodden'd wi' t' weet. Thy childer enrich iv'ry valley, An' add beauty to iv'ry glen, For tha's mothered a race o' fair women, An' true-hearted, practical men. Sea coom, let us tak a walk oot, For t' air is as warm as a bee; I hennot 3 a morsel o' doot It'll help beath lile Willy an' thee. Oxley, whose T' Fisher Folk o' Riley Brig marks, I believe, the first attempt to interpret in verse the hazardous life of the east-coast fisherman.


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Yorkshire Dialect Poems by F. W. Moorman Download PDF Ebook

But theer, Liz, be sharp an' let's have his surprise. Smart sprigs o' spruce an' ivy green Were frae the ceiling hinging, An' in their midst, conspicuous seen, The mistletoe was swinging.

My awd hat Thomas Blackah I'll wear thee yet awhile, awd hat, I'll wear thee yet awhile; Though time an' tempest, beath combined, Have changed thy shap an' style. God bless her, shoo's a dimond breet, Both good i' mind an' heart; An angel spreeadin' light an' love, That plays a noble part.

Yorkshire dialect

Yorkshire Dialect Poems book I'm thinking of writing a blog article about the site in the near future; it would be interesting to see what everyone else thinks about the fantastic poetry on there Vocabulary and grammar[ edit ] A list of non-standard grammatical features of Yorkshire speech is shown below.

Who is it at leads me Yorkshire Dialect Poems book lively a donce, Yet to tawk serious ne'er gies me a chonce, An' niver replied when I begged on her once?

Eccles Aunt Nancy's one o' t' savin' sort, At niver lets t' chonce pass; Yet wouldn't do owt mean or low For t' sake o' gettin' t' brass. It is also interesting to notice the effective use which is made in "A Dree Neet" of all the superstitions which gather about the great pageant of death.

Maister an' mistress, it's time to git up. At certain points you might even need translations. God bless him! In appeared the anonymous dialect poem, Snaith Marsh. Tell-pie-tit, Thy tongue's slit, An ivery dog i' t' toon 'll get a bit. Then down a field they tak a walk, An' then they wend their way back; To have a bit o' pleasant talk They shelter under t' haystack.

Cowling "O! Bell, Of the younger generation of Yorkshire poets, most of them still alive, I must speak more briefly.

Yorkshire Dialect Poems Part 8

It is hoped, too, that the reader may find much that is interesting in the singing-games, verses and the rhymes which throw light upon the vanishing customs, folklore, and faiths of the Yorkshire Dialect Poems book.

I've tried him agean an' Yorkshire Dialect Poems book, bud I finnd that he's nea use at yam, Sea me an' my missus agreed to mak a skealmaisther o' Sam. The " mell " is the last sheaf of corn left in the field when the harvest is gathered in. The use of dialect enhances the directness and dramatic realism of the story at every turn; the characters stand out sharp and clear, and we are brought face to face with the passion that makes for tragedy.

T' Hunt o' Yatton Brigg is steeped in all the eerie witch-lore of the Cleveland moors. Tha'll see to that an' have what's fair, When my poor Yorkshire Dialect Poems book is past. Thro' raand an' square they seemed to meet To hear or tell a story, But t' gem o' all I heeard last neet Were one by Doad o' t' Glory.

Bartholomew's Day, August Nelly o' Bob's John Hartley Who is it at lives i' that cot on the lea, Joy o' my heart an' leet o' my ee? We shall.

Lizzie, tha flays 3 me; coom here, An' sit wheer tha'll get some fresh air: Tha'rt lookin' so bad at I fear Tha's much war 4 nor I were aware. If claads oppress you wi' their gloom, An' t' sun seems lost to view, Don't fret an' whine, Ask t' sun to shine, An' don't o' livin' rue: Play cricket.

The fair held at Stokesley on the Saturday before Palm Sunday Coom, stop at yam to-neet Bob Florence Tweddell "Coom, stop at yam 1 to-neet, Bob, Dean't gan oot onnywhere: Thoo gets thisel t' leeast vex'd, lad, When thou sits i' t' awd airm-chair.

Jogging 3. It's weel bun', but better shorn. Maut-hearted 62 fool, I e'en could greet 63 To see my owse dead at my feet.Yorkshire Dialect Poems () and Traditional Poems, ed. by F. W. Moorman (Gutenberg text) Awd Isaac, The Steeple Chase, and Other Poems: With a glossary of the Yorkshire Dialect, by John Castillo (Gutenberg ebook) Yorkshire Tales.

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