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The "scotch broth" intrigued me, because I've never had "scotch broth", or even heard of it, and I wanted to know more about what it is, and why the speaker's mother would make it.
Obviously, the last line raises a lot of questions for the reader. There are also a lot of things left unsaid about the speaker's Celtic heritage. The scotch broth encompasses a lot of ideas that are only hinted at.
I was confused as to why the speaker lived in Canada, even though her mother was Celtic. This is mentioned only briefly, and I'd like to know a little more about why she moved to Canada.
I like the quality of recollection in this poem. It feels like the reader is in the speaker's head, and it drifts from memory to memory, and the way it drifts reveals something about the speaker. Keep that quality!