Edwin george morgan obe frse 27 april 1920 17 august 2010 was a scottish poet and translator who was associated with the scottish renaissancehe is widely recognised as one of the foremost scottish poets of the 20th century. Born in glasgow edwin morgan lived there all his life except for service with the ramc although his poetry is grounded in the city the title of his 1973 collection from glasgow to saturn suggests the enormous range of morgans subject matter. Browse through edwin morgans poems and quotes 10 poems of edwin morgan phenomenal woman still i rise the road not taken if you forget me dreams edwin george morgan was a scottish poet and translator who was associated with the scottish renaiss. One of scotlands most beloved poets and glasgows first poet laureate edwin morgan was born in glasgow and lived there for most of his life he attended the university of glasgow left to join the royal army medical corps in 1940 returned to the university in 1946 and remained there as a lecturer and professor until his retirement in . Poem hunter all poems of by edwin morgan poems 10 poems of edwin morgan phenomenal woman still i rise the road not taken if you forget me dreams
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