The Complete Poems of Francis LedWidge
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He has gone down in that vast maelstrom into which poets do well to adventure and from which their country might perhaps be wise to withhold them, but that is our Country’s affair. he has left behind him verses of great beauty, simple rural lyrics that may be something of an anodyne for this stricken age. if ever an age needed beautiful little songs our age needs them; and i know few songs more peaceful and happy, or better suited to soothe the scars on the mind of those who have looked on certain places, of gospels seems no more than an ominous hint when it speaks of the abomination of desolation.