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  1. Chris Hemsworth on his love for India
  2. 44 Quotes About God's Love

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It is maintained and developed by The Full English as a resource for a national poetry recitation competition and for teaching and learning about poetry. His body that was so quick Is not as you Knew it, on Severn river Under the blue Driving our small boat through. You would not know him now… But still he died Nobly , so cover him over With violets of pride Purple from Severn side.

Cover him, cover him soon! And with thick-set Masses of memoried flowers — Hide that red wet Thing I must somehow forget. He had believed his friend killed in action and the poem unsentimentally but movingly explores a profound sense of loss.

Chris Hemsworth on his love for India

Throughout the poem memories of nature, the English countryside, flowers and rivers provide consoling images that contrast with the realities of war. Ivor Gurney suffered periods of mental ill health before the First World War but his condition had deteriorated significantly by the end of the conflict. He had joined up after initially being rejected because of his poor eyesight and was subsequently wounded and gassed. At the end of the war he had a number of temporary jobs but his mental instability worsened and he was committed to a mental asylum in And with thick-set Masses of memoried flowers — Hide that red wet Thing I must somehow forget.

In His love (M. Patterson)

He had believed his friend killed in action and the poem unsentimentally but movingly explores a profound sense of loss. Throughout the poem memories of nature, the English countryside, flowers and rivers provide consoling images that contrast with the realities of war.