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The Brigs of Ayr

A poem by Robert Burns, first published in the Edinburgh edition of Burns's poems in 1787. It is written in the form of a dialogue between the old bridge of Ayr and its modern successor, built in the autumn of 1786, and is modelled on the dialogue Mutual Complaint of Plainstanes and Causey, in their Mother Tongue by Robert Fergusson.

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