Lest We Forget


LET me forget—Let me forget,
I am weary of remembrance,
And my brow is ever wet,
With tears of my remembrance,
With the tears and bloody sweat,—
Let me forget.

If ye forget—If ye forget,
Then your children must remember,
And their brow be ever wet,
With the tears of their remembrance,
With the tears and bloody sweat,—
If ye forget.

Geoffrey A Studdert Kennedy
Woodbine Willie

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There are two comments

wendy cummin

Who is the author? I know we have his name, but who IS he? The poem is brilliant
Are there any more details about the author please?

wendy cummin, - 21-11-’13 22:53

Here you are Wendy:


Phil, - 22-11-’13 13:32

I'm somewhat incapacitated at present so replies may take some time. Please post urgent enquiries at the www.sausagemaking.org forum.

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