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Poetry

This section of the site features poetry by soldiers or writers of the Great War era, and biographies of these individuals.

Laurence Binyon   Laurence Binyon
- Fetching the Wounded
- The Unreturning Spring
Wilfred Owen   Wilfred Owen
- Asleep
- At a Calvary near the Ancre
- Conscious
- Disabled
- Greater Love
- The Next War
Rupert Brooke   Rupert Brooke
- The Dead
- Peace
- The Soldier
    - 1914
- The Parable of the Old Man and
  the Young

- The Sentry
- Smile, Smile, Smile
- Spring Offensive
G.K. Chesterton   G.K. Chesterton
- Elegy in a Country Churchyard
- For a War Memorial
- To The Unknown Warrior
Isaac Rosenberg   Isaac Rosenberg
- Break of Day in the Trenches
- Dead Man's Dump
- The Immortals
- On Receiving the News of War
- Returning, We hear the Larks
Wilfrid Wilson Gibson   Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
- The Dancers
- A Lament
- The Question
Siegfried Sassoon   Siegfried Sassoon
- Absolution
- 'Blighters'
- The Kiss
- The Redeemer
- Suicide in the Trenches
Thomas Hardy   Thomas Hardy
- The Man He Killed
Alan Seeger   Alan Seeger
- I have a Rendezvous with Death
Joyce Kilmer   Joyce Kilmer
- Rouge Bouquet
Charles Sorley   Charles Sorley
- All the Hills and Vales Along
- Sonnet
Robert Nichols   Robert Nichols
- Battery Moving Up to a New
  Position from Rest Camp: Dawn

- Comrades: An Episode
W.B. Yeats   W.B. Yeats
- An Irishman Foresees His Death


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