By wire and wood and stake we're bound,
By Fricourt and by Festubert,
By whipping rain, by the sun's glare
By all the misery and loud sound,
By a Spring day,
By Picard clay.
from 'Two Fusiliers'
Fusiliers - a
poem by Robert Graves
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