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1914 I: Peace

Now, God be thanked Who has watched us with His hour,
And caught our youth, and wakened us from sleeping,
With hand made sure, clear eye, and sharpened power,
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  • Birgitta Heikka (3/30/2014 10:00:00 AM)

    A philosophical poem about life.

    1 person liked.
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  • Kebe Iwara (3/29/2012 4:52:00 AM)

    Emotion is not left behind. Nice

  • Lehlogonolo Phora (3/29/2012 3:05:00 AM)

    a very beautiful poem to kick start a day here in South Africa

  • Cynthia Buhain-baello (3/28/2012 9:22:00 PM)

    This poem is a wonderful example of an excellent message and the bonus is - it is so well-written!

  • Tanveer Sharma (3/28/2012 12:25:00 AM)

    wonderful job. I really appreciate it.

  • Devon McElveen (3/28/2011 8:55:00 AM)

    I always enjoy the poem of the day...

  • Joseph Poewhit (3/28/2010 5:56:00 AM)

    Real dour poem of the foreboding coming of WW 1.

  • Ramesh T A (3/28/2010 2:39:00 AM)

    The poem reflects the mood of World War I in the way poet feels about it! Horrible time is devoid of love and the love shown is empty is very much striking!

  • Kevin Straw (3/28/2009 8:04:00 AM)

    'all the little emptiness of love' - what a horrid phrase!

  • Jenny Doughty (12/17/2006 6:14:00 PM)

    A poem very much of its time - but there's a typo here. The first line should read 'Now, God be thanked Who has matched us with His hour, ' not 'watched', which makes no sense if you think about it.

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