Lock the door Lariston

Published on
6 September, 2022

Synopsis:

James Hogg the Ettrick Shepherd wrote the poem Lock the Door Lariston in the early 1800s. The poem is a homage to the Border Ballads, and echos the intensity and magic of that writing

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Lock the door Lariston
Lock the Door Lariston is a poem written in the early 1800’s by James Hogg the Ettrick Shepherd.
 
The poem is a homage to the far older Border Ballads, but for me it really captures the mood and intensity of that writing.
have a listen…..

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