Laurence Binyon's famous poem of seven verses.
The fourth Verse
of this poem has been used world-wide by
veteran's organizations in remembrance of the fallen.
et Decorum est Pro Patria More.
Horace, the Roman said it first about 8 B.C.
Translation: "It is a sweet and Glorius thing to die for one's
Wilfred Owen offers it as the lie it is in his dynamic poem of a gas
- C.J.Dennis wrote narrative
poems of some length
which do not suit the file size limitations of the 'Net'..
I have chosen just a verse or two from some of his poems and hope
that you may
enjoy them. Largely they are about one central character called 'Ginger
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