Glories of Glass believed to be written by Cuthbert Graham (kindly submitted by Marina Alexander)

Glories of Glass by Cuthbert Graham

The loveliest nooks on Deveronside
Are treegrit by its peaty tide
Where Grumack looms above the vale
And old Beldorney’s storied pile
Looks down on Wallach’s Kirk and Well.

By Edinglassie’s doocote wending
And Invermarkie’s tribute tending
Now eastward of the Haughs of Glass,
By storied lands the waters pass:
Blairmore, Aswanley, Cairnborrow,
Each with its fabled name to borrow
Glory from some remembered deed
And beauty still by Deveron’s flood.