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Isaac Rosenberg Poems | Quotes | Articles

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Isaac Rosenberg Biography...An English poet of the First World War. English poet of World War I

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Quote Left Death could drop from the dark As easily as song— But song only dropped, Quote Right
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Quote Left Earth has waited for them, All the time of their growth Fretting for their decay: Now she has them at last! Quote Right
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Quote Left Poppies whose roots are in man's veins Drop, and are ever dropping;... Quote Right
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Quote Left The grass and coloured clay More motion have than they, Joined to the great sunk silences. Quote Right
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Quote Left When the swift iron burning bee Drained the wild honey of their youth. Quote Right
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