Half a mile, half a mile, Half a mile downward, Trudging through sand and sun, Went the One Hundred; Downcast and slightly nude, Stared at with glances rude, What though the multitude Giggled and wondered. Down on the wave-washed strand Forms the devoted... Dolores: And Other Poems - Page 407by Albert Fenner Kercheval, Rosalie W. Kercheval - 1883 - 532 pagesFull view
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Benjamin Cummings Truman - California - 1883 - 256 pages
...quietly." The following description of the " Charge of the Light (clad) Brigade " is not by A. Tennyson : Half a mile, half a mile, Half a mile downward, Trudging...Down on the wave-washed strand, Forms the devoted hand, Fastly linked hand in hand Fashion and folly ; Stared at by rake and swell, Itustic and city...