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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson

Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, "The Fear"

TweetThe Fear I do not fear to die ‘Neath the open sky, To meet death in the fight Face to face, upright. But when at last we creepInto a hole to sleep, I tremble, cold with dread, Lest I wake … Continue reading

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Memorial Day, Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, "A Lament"

TweetA Lament We who are left, how shall we look againHappily on the sun or feel the rainWithout remembering how they who wentUngrudgingly and spentTheir lives for us loved, too, the sun and rain? A bird among the rain-wet lilac … Continue reading

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