Dust to Dust

'Dust to Dust' by Bill Bingham

A French trench, from 'The Illustrated War News' published in 1917. | Photo: Via Wikimedia Commons.

When the dust has settled, and battle it is o’er,
What say ye then o’ sons o’ men?
What say o’ bloody war?

The earth is torn and ravaged, young bodies lie around,
The cannon’s roar is silenced,
And sullied is the ground.

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