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Spock's Beard is the eponymous ninth studio album by American progressive rock band Spock's Beard.
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Scotland, 19th September 2014. Let none wake despondent: one way or another we have talked plainly, tested ourselves, weighed up the sum of our knowing, ta’en tent o scholars, checked the balance sheet of risk and fearlessness, of wisdom and of folly. Was it about the powers we gain or how we use them? We aim for more equality; and for tomorrow to be more peaceful than today; for fairness, opportunity, the common weal; a hand stretched out in ready hospitality. It’s those unseen things that bind us, not flag or battle-weary turf or tartan. Edinburgh Makar Christine De Luca wrote this poem in the run-up to the 2014 vote on the issue of Scottish independence. It's a timely reminder, given the passions the debate awoke, that come the day after polling stations close, Scots will still have to live and work together in the same country.
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