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Here is arguably some of the most powerful poetry ever written: classic works composed during World War I by Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon, and Rupert Brooke.

Public Domain (P)2009 Saland Publishing

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  • Tom
  • 14-01-19

So much nobility; so much pain. War!

Such a moving read. The words of tribute to the wounded, dying and dead. The descriptions of the lives they enjoyed and left behind. The last words of those about to submit to the soldier’s fate. The verses of the young men celebrated in Pat Barker’s WW I Trilogy come alive in this brief collection.

These poems of young British poets called to serve in the War to End All Wars touch us so deeply while we have never learned how to stop the madness.

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