Bloody Poetry

Wednesday 8th February 2012

Bloody Poetry
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Text of the day: “A war. If only there were a war in England, not that endless — slow, sullen defeat. Why don’t the bastards take up arms against such a government? Then we poets would be of some use, we’d do the songs, the banners, the shouts, but no. Sullen silence.” (Byron in Howard Brenton’s Bloody Poetry)

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