What is the name of the most famous poem of World War I who wrote it what inspired him?

Rupert Brooke In the last months of 1914 he wrote the five ‘war sonnets’ that were to make him famous, including ‘Peace’ and ‘The Soldier’.

What is Robert Graves famous for?

Robert Graves (1895-1985) is now probably best-remembered for two prose works: his 1929 memoir Goodbye to All That, about his experience fighting in the First World War, and his 1934 novel I, Claudius, set in ancient Rome.

What are the best war poems?

The loss of innocence

  • Brotherhood and Relationship
  • The Horror of war
  • Disillusionment with religion
  • Nature
  • Irrationality of war
  • Emotional and feelings
  • Why did people write poems in World War 1?

    Why did soldiers write poems in ww1? The reason that the soldiers in World War One wrote poetry is because they used it as an outlet for their feelings, they wanted to say what was happening in the trenches when others couldn’t, and it was a pass-time for them during their downtime in the trenches.

    What is the worst famous poem?

    My Heart is a Wiffle Ball/Freedom Pole – Kristen Stewart.

  • The Tay Bridge Disaster – William McGonagall. The less chance we have of being killed.
  • Lucky in Love – Jennifer Aniston.
  • Remembrance of Who I am – Britney Spears.
  • A Poem for Dzhokhar- Amanda Palmer.
  • A Dog Named Beau – Jimmy Stewart.
  • A Tragedy – Theophile Jules-Henri Marzials.
  • What are some quotes from people during World War 1?

    “One day the great European War will come out of some damned foolish thing in the Balkans (1888).” “In World War One, they called it shell shock. Second time around, they called it battle fatigue. After ‘Nam, it was post-traumatic stress disorder.” And stillness from the pools of Paradise.