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susanl_author: I’ve just done this. For White Feathers, it’s Eva reading a poem by Rupert Brooke where the poet describes puking his guts out. Unfortunately she’s in an open topped car... For the WIP, I’ll wait till I’ve edited it...

prabha_j: Kashmir and your country, India in your's always. As Rupert Brooke wrote "If I should die, think only this of me/that there's some corner of a foreign field/ That is for ever England. There shall be In that rich earth a richer dust concealed; A dust whom England bore, shaped,

waltandpete: 100 Days of Pride - Today is Rupert Chawner Brooke, he was an English poet known for his idealistic war sonnets written during the First World War, especially "The Soldier". To read more:

war_poets: 12 September 1915 Joyce Kilmer reviews Rupert Brooke’s poems in the New York Times.

townhouse_rst: Lots of fun and team-building this afternoon at "It's a Knockout" with

QChimps: Rupert Brooke – The cool kindliness of sheets… “The cool kindliness of sheets, that soon smooth away trouble and the rough male kiss of blankets.” -Rupert Brooke More Famous Quotes Here More Quotes:

Pads45N: The Rupert Brooke in Grantchester isn’t a pub. Neither is Boulters in Maidenhead. The best pubs respectively in those areas are The Blue Ball and the Swan Uppers.

Spill_Words: The Soldier by Rupert Brooke   IF I should die, think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field That is forever England. There shall be In that rich earth a richer dust concealed; A dust whom England

the_rising_svn: Rupert Brooke was the best looking man you'll ever see. I've got very similar lips and nose to him but that's about it.

boriskafkan: it’s rupert brooke hours

Adrian_Dalby: Sherlock: The Final Problem 15/1/17 Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Una Stubbs, Louise Brealey, Mark Gatiss, Rupert Graves, Amanda Abbington, Andrew Scott, Sian Brooke, Art Malik, Timothy Carlton, Wanda Ventham, Simon Kunz, Richard Crehan, Ralph Ineson Drama Channel Sat 9pm

Mallufideintent: Well, Vikram the Lander might be incommunicado, but he's certainly on the moon. To use the phraseology of the poet Rupert Brooke, now there's some corner of a foreign world that is for ever India.

cagethefool: "A young Apollo, golden-haired, stands dreaming on the verge of strife, magnificently unprepared for the long littleness of life." These lines were written by Frances Cornford for Rupert Brooke, called by W. B. Yeats, "The most handsome man in England.” pois é, te amo.

cagethefool: "A young Apollo, golden-haired, stands dreaming on the verge of strife, magnificently unprepared for the long littleness of life." These lines were written by Frances Cornford for Rupert Brooke, called by W. B. Yeats, "The most handsome man in England.” MEU DEUS

thtopofmyvoice: Anyone in the mood for a Rupert Brooke joke?

DoinaBadescu: TOUCHING HEARTS: THERE'S WISDOM IN WOMEN - by Rupert Brooke

coleshillparish: So what was the time on the church clock? As Rupert Brooke didn’t say.. Yet stands the clock at ten past four? What weirdness lies behind the clock room door? Actually it seems a duff battery kept Coleshill's parish church clock stopping at 4.10 every few days these past weeks.

PeterLe91398132: Watch "FOREVER ENGLAND 'The Soldier' a poem by Rupert Brooke" on YouTube

MeljohnTatel: Voices in laughter; and body's pain, soon turned to peace; and the deep-panting train; All these shall pass. (Rupert Brooke)

welfordwrites: Cities, like cats, will reveal themselves at night. Rupert Brooke

lethargilistic: I read "1914" by Rupert Brooke for LibriVox's 14th anniversary collection. It's a reflection on World War I's depravity, the mythology of violence, and the ways we suppress our emotional values to kill each other.

shawkirsten: “We shall pass in summer weather, we shall come at eventide, where the fells stand up together, and all quiet things abide.” ~ Rupert Brooke

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HowardFricker: Check out this tweet from POETSorg: Breathless, we flung us on the windy hill, Laughed in the sun, and kissed the lovely grass. —Rupert Brooke, bo…

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EurostarJustinp: "If I should die, think only this of me:That there’s some corner of a foreign field. That is for ever England." From The Soldier by Rupert Brooke (1887-1915)

kirigox: This is the poem I have been looking for, by Rupert Brooke (1914)

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