Friday, January 3, 2003

A Letter Home Comments

Rating: 3.0

(To Robert Graves)

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Siegfried Sassoon
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Mimi Moghal 07 December 2018

This is lit sooo helpful for my school project xx

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Chris 13 November 2018

check out The Valleys - Electrelane

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Mimi Moghal 12 November 2018

So touching I have enjoyed this very much x

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No name 07 November 2018

I enjoy Siegfried Sasson's poems which gives us a hint about the trauma and in WW1! Also it's very emotional to read those war poems especially 'Hero' and 'Sucide in the Trenches'

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armstrong 02 May 2018

wow that poem is really heart felt

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Kumarmani Mahakul 01 May 2018

Touching expression. War....France...Beautifully penned.

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Glen Kappy 01 May 2018

Knowing Sassoon railed against war, that passion put to words in other poems, it’s good to read this one, good to know his heart knew the dream that endures beyond the desolations greedy people cause. -GK

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Anil Kumar Panda 01 May 2018

The heart of a soldier weeps for home too. Sick with fighting wars he wishes to return. Very nice.

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Abhimanyu Kumar.s 01 December 2017

Sad to see and return from the dreadful war and battles.

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David Tilt 29 November 2017

Soldier David dressed in green- David Cuthbert Thomas killed at Fricourt 1916, Officer in the Royal Welch Fusiliers and a friend of Sassoon and Graves. It should read- Now he's here again; I've seen Soldier David dressed in green. It should also be- Arm-in-arm with oaks and larches. War gives the setting and the intense emotion to produce great poetry yet can also deprive us of the poets mature reflection. Robert Graves wrote to Siegfried-And God! what poetry we'll write! -

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Susan Williams 01 May 2017

It's not very often that a poem brings me to my knees, heart pounding, soul in distress. Beautifully written verses, readers waiting in agony to hear the soldiers' return. Absolutely top-notch literature here.

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Quiet as stone..... thanks for posting.....

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Tom Allport 01 May 2017

a descriptive and colourful poem of a time gone blast and of the people who new it would not last? ......well written.

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Edward Kofi Louis 01 May 2017

Attic room! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Running tireless, floating, leaping, Down your web-hung woods and valleys, Where the glowworm stars are peeping, Till I find you, quiet as stone On a hill-top all alone, Staring outward, ...................................................... Siegfried Sassoon, a poet Romantic Realist. Intense the passion of chasing beauty indifferent in objects to catch and not to catch, classical or not the mark, no problem, just to give the objects a height which it generally deserves not. Beautiful the posted one. Thanks.

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John Tiong Chunghoo 02 July 2006

lovely siegfried. i love it. the way you care to describe your experiences.

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