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Gunner Launcelot H. Stuckey, B. E. F.

Gunner Launcelot H. Stuckey, B. E. F.

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To My Father (Poem)

I. Sometimes I vainly wish I had been bornIn some large mansion beautified by ageAs seems a little heaven when breaks the mornAdmired by all men—the uncouth and sage,So I had known the luxury of wealthWhere comes no worry how to make ends meet,But all that pleasure gives or makes…
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A Repentant Pagan's Lament (Poem)

I learnt in childhood’s days to look to Thee,O God to look to Thee as all supreme,A just God and the true, but verilyA harsh, stern being (not the poet’s dream)They taught me so, and so my childhood's mind,(That loved the world’s full store of Nature’s joy)Was filled with fear…
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