Poems of Valour and Sorrow
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Poem for the Brother by Catullus
Dying Lonely in the Dark
The Mother
To a Conscript of 1940
Ode to Peace
To all Parents
The Forgotten Gift
I Think Continually
Do Not Stand
Unknown Unsung Heroes
Buzzard Feast
Summer Moonshine
Dicing and Death
A Tryst with Death
The Country Calls
Sounds of War
The Second Third Spirit
A Boy, A Mountain, A Man
Why do I Still Serve You
August 15,1982 at Serchchip

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Poems of Valour and Sorrow

Poem for the Brother

The Mother

To a Conscript of 1940

Ode to Peace

To all Parents

The Forgotten Gift by Shane Bellegrade

I Think Continually of Those Who Were Truly Great

Do Not Stand By My Grave And Weep

Unknown Unsung Heroes

Summer Moonshine

Buzzard Feast

A Tryst with Death

The Country Calls

Sounds of War

The Second Third Spirit

A Boy, A Mountain, A Man

Dying Lonely in the Dark



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