Page:A treasury of war poetry, British and American poems of the world war, 1914-1919.djvu/17

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Henry Head Destroyers 333
Lieutenant Nowell Oxland Outward Bound 334
Cecil Roberts Watchmen of the Night 336
Norah M. Holland Captains Adventurous 337
Flight-Commander Jeffery Day The North Sea 338
Maurice Baring In Memoriam A. H. 340
George Edward Woodberry To the Wingless Victory 346
Grace Hazard Conkling Letter to an Aviator in France 347
Duncan Campbell Scott To a Canadian Aviator who died for his Country in France 349
Florence Earle Coates Captain Guynemer 350
Captain Paul Bewsher Searchlights 351
Robert Bridges Trafalgar Square 353
Winifred M. Letts To a Soldier in Hospital 354
Wilfrid Wilson Gibson Between the Lines 355
Amy Lowell Convalescence 360
Rowland Thirlmere Gassed 360
Edward Shillito Invalided 362
Lieutenant Robert Haven Schauffler The White Comrade 362
Alberta Vickridge, V.A.D. Out of the Conflict 365
Lieutenant Rupert Brooke The Dead 367
Sir Henry Newbolt Hic Jacet Qui in Hoc Saeculo Fideliter Militavit 368
Laurence Binyon For the Fallen 368
Captain Charles Hamilton Sorley Two Sonnets 369
Captain Charles Hamilton Sorley The Dead 370
Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae In Flanders Fields 371
Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae The Anxious Dead 371
Lieutenant Robert Ernest Vernède To Our Fallen 372