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" ... darkly waved, the symbol of dole and doom. The little green tent is a thing divine; the little green tent is a country's shrine, where patriots kneel and pray; and the brave men left, so old, so few, were young and stalwart in sixtytwo, when they... "
Uncle Walt: the poet philosopher - Page 29
by Walt Mason - 1911 - 189 pages
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Uncle Walt: Walt Mason the Poet Philosopher

Walt Mason - American poetry - 1910 - 189 pages
...tent is a country's shrine, where patriots kneel and pray; and the brave men left, so old, so few, were young and stalwart in 'sixty-two, when they went to the war away! The Little Green Tents " The Judge iiohe knwos the hearts of men may find a desert or a glen for souls that love the ivild....
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walt mason his book

irvin s. cobb - 1916
...tent is a country's shrine, where patriots kneel and pray; and the brave men left, so old, so few, were young and stalwart in 'sixty-two, when they went to the war away! The Little Green Tents HE USED to take a flowing bowl perhaps three times a day; he needed it to brace his nerves, or drive...
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Sunflowers: A Book of Kansas Poems

Willard Austin Wattles - American literature - 1917 - 208 pages
...tent is a country's shrine, where patriots kneel and pray; and the brave men left, so old, so few, were young and stalwart in 'sixtytwo, when they went to the war away ! Walt Mason SUNFLOWERS The Stars Above Mt Oread We walked across the hill one night, One summer night...
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A Shower of Stars: The Medal of Honor and the 27th Maine

John J. Pullen - History - 1997 - 269 pages
...was May 30, 1916. 1 always kept the little program of that year. The poem on the back was as follows: The little green tents where the soldiers sleep And...stalwart in sixty-two When they went to the war away . . . And there were other stanzas in that sentimental vein, just the right sort of poem for that sadly...
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Harper's Magazine: (1912), Volume 125

1912
...tent is a country's shrine, where patriots kneel and pray; and the brave men left, so old, so few, were young and stalwart in sixtytwo, when they went to the war away !' " The Reviewer's voice broke on the last words; it was a moment before he could say, as he offered the book...
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