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Edmund Blunden, "Can You Remember?"

Can You Remember? Yes, I still rememberThe whole thing in a way;Edge and exactitude Depend on the day. Of all that prodigious sceneThere seems scanty loss,Though mists mainly float and screenCanal, spire and fosse; Though commonly I fail to nameThat … Continue reading

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