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The Stretcher-Bearer
Robert William Service
My stretcher is one scarlet stain, And as I tries to scrape it clean, I tell you wot -- I'm sick with pain For all I've 'eard, for all I've...Rate it:

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Stretcher Case
Siegfried Sassoon
He woke; the clank and racket of the train Kept time with angry throbbings in his brain. Then for a while he lapsed and drowsed again. At last ...Rate it:

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Driver Smith
Andrew Barton Paterson
'Twas Driver Smith of Battery A was anxious to see a fight; He thought of the Transvaal all the day, he thought of it all the night -- "Well, if ...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 02: 03: Interlude
Conrad Potter Aiken
The warm sun dreams in the dust, the warm sun falls On bright red roofs and walls; The trees in the park exhale a ghost of rain; We go from door to...Rate it:

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A Child's Nightmare
Robert Graves
Through long nursery nights he stood By my bed unwearying, Loomed gigantic, formless, queer, Purring in my haunted ear That same hideous nightmare ...Rate it:

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In Hospital
Boris Pasternak
They stood, almost blocking the pavement, As though at a window display; The stretcher was pushed in position, The ambulance started away. Past po...Rate it:

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The Last Words of My English Grandmother
William Carlos Williams
There were some dirty plates and a glass of milk beside her on a small table near the rank, disheveled bed-- Wrinkled and nearly blind she lay and...Rate it:

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Aftermath
Siegfried Sassoon
Have you forgotten yet?... For the world's events have rumbled on since those gagged days, Like traffic checked while at the crossing of city-ways:...Rate it:

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Dead Man's Dump
Isaac Rosenberg
The plunging limbers over the shattered track Racketed with their rusty freight, Stuck out like many crowns of thorns, And the rusty stakes like sc...Rate it:

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Escape
Robert Graves
August 6, 1916.—Officer previously reported died of wounds, now reported wounded: Graves, Captain R., Royal Welch Fusiliers.) …but I was dead, an ...Rate it:

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How Gilbert Died
Andrew Barton Paterson
There's never a stone at the sleeper's head, There's never a fence beside, And the wandering stock on the grave may tread Unnoticed and undenied...Rate it:

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In An Underground Dressing Station
Siegfried Sassoon
Quietly they set their burden down: he tried To grin; moaned; moved his head from side to side. He gripped the stretcher; stiffened; glared; and s...Rate it:

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Next Door
Henry Lawson
Whenever I’m moving my furniture in Or shifting my furniture out— Which is nearly as often and risky as Sin In these days of shifting about— There ...Rate it:

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No Man's Land
Katharine Tynan
Not to an angel but a friend He turned at the day's bitter end. It was so comforting to feel Some one was near, to see him kneel By the deep shell-...Rate it:

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Only A Boche
Robert William Service
We brought him in from between the lines: we'd better have let him lie; For what's the use of risking one's skin for a tyke that's going to die? Wh...Rate it:

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Oonts
Rudyard Kipling
(Northern India Transport Train) Wot makes the soldier's 'eart to penk, wot makes 'im to perspire? It isn't standin' up to charge nor lyin' d...Rate it:

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The Dead-beat
Wilfred Owen
He dropped, - more sullenly than wearily, Lay stupid like a cod, heavy like meat, And none of us could kick him to his feet; -just blinked at my...Rate it:

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The Dublin Fusilier
William Henry Drummond
Here's to you, Uncle Kruger! slainté! an' slainté galore. You 're a dacint ould man, begorra; never mind if you are a Boer. So with heart an' a hal...Rate it:

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The Odyssey Of 'Erbert 'Iggins
Robert William Service
Me and Ed and a stretcher Out on the nootral ground. (If there's one dead corpse, I'll betcher There's a 'undred smellin' around.) Me and E...Rate it:

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The Sentry
Wilfred Owen
We'd found an old Boche dug-out, and he knew, And gave us hell, for shell on frantic shell Hammered on top, but never quite burst through. Rain, gu...Rate it:

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The Shakedown on the Floor
Henry Lawson
Set me back for twenty summers— For I’m tired of cities now— Set my feet in red-soil furrows And my hands upon the plough, With the two ‘Black Brot...Rate it:

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The Whistle Of Sandy McGraw
Robert William Service
You may talk o' your lutes and your dulcimers fine, Your harps and your tabors and cymbals and a', But here in the trenches jist gie me for min...Rate it:

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Trench Duty
Siegfried Sassoon
Shaken from sleep, and numbed and scarce awake, Out in the trench with three hours’ watch to take, I blunder through the splashing mirk; and then...Rate it:

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Wounded
Robert William Service
Is it not strange? A year ago to-day, With scarce a thought beyond the hum-drum round, I did my decent job and earned my pay; Was averagely...Rate it:

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Zero Circle
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
Be helpless, dumbfounded, Unable to say yes or no. Then a stretcher will come from grace To gather us up. We are too dull-eyed to see that beauty ...Rate it:

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