This feckless hairy oubit cam' hirpling by the linn, A swirl o' wind cam' doun the glen, and blew that oubit in.
And when he cam to yon toun-end, He loot his bent bow low fall doun.
And he shal ben as a tree, that is plauntid beside the doun rennyngis of watris; that his frut shal ȝive in his time.
This approached by occasional cries of "doun wi' the rebel!"
Sae up the hill I scrambles wi a my speed, an doun again, and up again, five or six times; but still he keepit straight afore me.
Wha wad guarantee your no lyin' doun an' deein' by the road-side?
"Moccasin o' copperhead—if you doun know yo'se'f which," she replied.
If he makes an outbreak, he'll be doun frae the Hielands or I could drink this glass,—and whare are they then?
At the doun going of the sun are great number of fairie men mett her together with a maister man.
Though ye knocked me doun in the Warlocks' Glen, I hae nae ill-will to ye.