Raindrops by Henry Smalley Sarson

Raindrops falling,
Falling on the reddened grass
Where through the night battle held full sway,
Like Tears of God that drop in pity, then pass
To wash our guilt away.

From: Various Authors, Soldier Poets: Songs of the Fighting Men, 1916, Erskine MacDonald: London, p. 80.
(https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Soldier_poets,_songs_of_the_fighting_men/H._Smalley_Sarson#80)

Date: 1916

By: Henry Smalley Sarson (1890-1967)

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