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Armistice Day (1953)
Robert William Service
Don't jeer because we celebrate Armistice Day, Though thirty years of sorry fate Have passed away. Though still we gaurd th...Rate it:

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A Message: Armistice Day 1936
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I got dreamin' that a message come in some mysterious way From one ole pal of mine, gone West this many an' many a day, A bloke the name of Ginge...Rate it:

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Armistice Day 1933
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
This we have said: 'We shall remember them.' And deep our sorrow while the deed was young. Even as David mourned for Absolem Mourned we, with achin...Rate it:

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Armistice: To His Dead Cobber From The Sentimental Bloke
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'm sittin' 'ere, Mick - sittin' 'ere today, Feelin' 'arf glum, 'arf sorter - reverent, Thinkin' strange, crooked thorts of 'ow they say: 'The '...Rate it:

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War's End Armistice Day 1935
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Greyer and older, still they stand Wearier, quieter, still they pray; Men who had offered their all to a land. And their thoughts run back to an ol...Rate it:

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The Forgotten Army.
Alan Parry-Booth
belated lament.) So they signed a bloody armistice In nineteen-forty-five And the soldiers all camRate it:

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A War March
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
now, in this feast of death! Time! An Armistice! Give us breath! Nay? Then we cry to the whole wRate it:

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Her Eyes Say Yes
Arthur Symons
although Cold truth, in unsurrendering eyes, The armistice of lips denies. But can fond eyes dissemRate it:

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In Memoriam : Francis Archibald Douglas
Lord Alfred Douglas
though I miss All art, all skill, in this short armistice From my soul's war against the bitter thrRate it:

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Once More
James Brunton Stephens
again and crossing swords, And that 'twas but an armistice, A breathing time 'twixt strife and striRate it:

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Sleep
Mathilde Blind
Most pitiful and mother-hearted Night! Blest armistice in life's tumultuous fight, Resolving disRate it:

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The Battle
Robert William Service
said: 'If we would kiss Let's call an armistice. 'Now we have proved that we are true Rate it:

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The Twelve-Forty-Five
Joyce Kilmer
foolish warring children keep The grateful armistice of sleep. For what tremendous errand's sake ArRate it:

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