Moments of Vision1917When battles were foughtWith a chivalrous sense of should and ought,In spirit men said,"End we quick or dead,Honour is some reward!Let us fight fair -- for our own best or worst;So, Gentlemen of the Guard,Fire first!"In the open they stood,Man to man in his knightlihood:They would not deignTo profit by a stainOn the honourable rules,Knowing that practise perfidy no man durstWho in the heroic schoolsWas nurst.But now, behold, whatIs war with those where honour is not!Rama lamentsIts dead innocents;Herod howls: "Sly slaughterRules now! Let us, by modes once called accurst,Overhead, under water,Stab first."
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