Winifred Mabel Letts

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Winifred Mabel Letts (1882 - 1972) was an English writer, with strong Irish connections, known for her novels, plays and poetry.

She was born in Manchester or Cheshire, of an English father (Rector Ernest Letts) and Irish mother (Isabel Mary Ferrier). She spent many childhood holidays in Knockmaroon, Phoenix Park, Dublin, which was her mother's home. After her father's death, she and ... more »

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What Reward?

You gave your life. Boy.
And you gave a limb:
But he who gave his precious wits,
Say, what regard for him?

One had his glory,
One has found his rest.
But what of this poor babbler here
With chin sunk on his breast?

Flotsam of battle,
With brain bemused and dim,
O God, for such a sacrifice
Say, what reward for him?

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