Impromptu (Poem by Robert Burns)

Old Poem

Impromptu
By Robert Burns

You’re welcome, Willie Stewart,
You’re welcome, Willie Stewart;
There’s ne’er a flower that blooms in May,
That’s half sae welcome’s thou art.

Come bumpers high, express your joy,
    The bowl we maun renew it;
The tappit-hen, gae bring her ben,
    To welcome Willie Stewart.

My foes be strang, and friends be slack,
    Ilk action may he rue it,
May woman on him turn her back,
    That wrongs thee, Willie Stewart.

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