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I came across a poem in an older book--some compilation of war poetry. I very dearly loved it, but for the life of me I cannot remember the name now.
I can remember a few lines, but the only part that I know is accurate is this:
"Speak no more of ceremony,
And speak no more of fame,
My heart must seek a burning land
to bury its foolish pain."
I know it's one hell of a long shot, but does anyone recognize this?