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The Trumpet

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  • 1916, Sep. 26 /

First line: Rise up, rise up. Written at Royal Artillery Barracks, Trowbridge. Manuscript draft in pencil.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

The Trumpet,

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  • 1916, Sep. 26 /

First line: Rise up, rise up. Written at Royal Artillery Barracks, Trowbridge. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Lights out,

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  • 1916, Nov. /

First line: I have come to the borders of sleep. Written in Trowbridge. Manuscript first draft in ink.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

The Sheiling,

  • 424/2/141/1.
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  • 1916, Nov. 23 /

First line: It stands alone. Written 'travelling back from Gordon Bottomley's (Silverdale)'. Manuscript draft in pencil.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Last poem,

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  • 1917, Jan. 13 /

First line: The sorrow of true love is a great sorrow. Written at Lydd. Manuscript copy in ink in Helen Thomas' hand.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

The Hollow wood,

  • 424/2/15/1.
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  • 1914, Dec. 31 /

First line: Out in the sun the goldfinch flits.Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

The New year,

  • 424/2/16/1.
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  • 1914, Jan. 1 /

First line: He was the one man I met up in the woods. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

November sky,

  • 424/2/2/1.
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  • 1914, Dec. 4 /

First line: November's days are thirty. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

The Lofty sky,

  • 424/2/24/1.
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  • 1915, Jan. 10 /

First line: Today I want the sky. Written in Steep. Typescript. Lacks beginning, lines 25-34 only.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

March,

  • 424/2/3/1.
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  • 1914, Dec. 5 /

First line: Now I know that Spring will come again. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Old man,

  • 424/2/4/1.
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  • 1914, Dec. 6 /

First line: Old Man, or Lad's-love,--in the name there's nothing. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

March the 3rd,

  • 424/2/47/1.
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  • 1915, Mar. 23 /

First line: Here again (she said) is March the third. Written in Steep. Typescript. Manuscript alterations in Eleanor Farjeon's hand, lines 6-8 the most heavily corrected, also 9, 13 and 20, which probably reflect the editing mentioned in Tho...

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

The Signpost,

  • 424/2/5/1.
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  • 1914, Dec. 7 /

First line: The dim sea glints chill. The white sun is shy. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

A Tale [cancelled version],

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  • 1915, Mar. 28 /

First line: There once the walls. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Home [2],

  • 424/2/61/1.
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  • 1915, Apr. 17 /

First line: Often I had gone this way before. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Melancholy,

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  • 1915, Apr. 25 /

First line: The rain and wind, the rain and wind raved endlessly. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Tonight,

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  • 1915, Apr. 30 /

First line: Harry, you know at night. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Interval,

  • 424/2/8/1.
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  • 1914, Dec. /

First line: Gone the wild day. Written in Steep. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

Digging [2],

  • 424/2/86/1.
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  • 1915,Jul. 21 /

First line: What matter makes my spade for tears or mirth. Written in London. Typescript.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

February afternoon [sonnet 2],

  • 424/2/86/1.
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  • 1916, Feb. 7-8 /

First line: Men heard this roar of parleying starlings, saw. Manuscript draft in ink.

Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917.

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