ancient fires fill my raging heart as I charge into the endless dark this life? so absurd fireballs raining from the sky a phone in my hand out of our mortal conception emotions? not to be trusted glowing screen windows to reality is it real?
Pre-war poetry in (primarily in England) was inevitably more romantic than after the Great War; concepts of chivalry, gallant knights, and valiant battles. This was partly due to the fact that that war and hardships, at least compared to what happened in the Great War, wasn’t something that the common populace experienced; especially the scholars … Continue reading Poetry Before and After the Great War