Tag Archives: Soldiers

Soldier, I Wish You Well

Here’s an A.E. Housman poem to honor our men and women in uniform on Veterans Day.

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Poetry Changed during World War I

The horrors of World War I created some great poetry. But not in its early days.

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Respect Soldiers, Keep Them Safe

In a number of his poems, Kipling honors the common soldier by giving us his perspective.

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