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Nd the foe was driven And Wolseley overthrew Arâbi and the stars in heaven Paled and the glory grew THE CHARGE OF THE HEAVY BRIGADE AT BALACLAVA October 25 18. Intensly patrioticPhenomenal poem full of emotive passionBut it s hard not to be repulsed by the blatant waste of lifeCanon fodder and flashing sabres are ghastly images of barbarismThe Charge of the Light BrigadeBY ALFRED LORD TENNYSONIHalf a league half a leagueHalf a league onwardAll in the valley of Death Rode the six hundred Forward the Light BrigadeCharge for the guns he saidInto the valley of Death Rode the six hundredII Forward the Light Brigade Was there a man dismayedNot though the soldier knew Someone had blundered Theirs not to make reply Theirs not to reason why Theirs but to do and die Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundredIIICannon to right of themCannon to left of themCannon in front of them Volleyed and thundered Stormed at with shot and shellBoldly they rode and wellInto the jaws of DeathInto the mouth of hell Rode the six hundredIVFlashed all their sabres bareFlashed as they turned in airSabring the gunners thereCharging an army while All the world wonderedPlunged in the battery smokeRight through the line they broke Cossack and RussianReeled from the sabre stroke Shattered and sunderedThen they rode back but not Not the six hundredVCannon to right of themCannon to left of themCannon behind them Volleyed and thundered Stormed at with shot and shellWhile horse and hero fellThey that had fought so wellCame through the jaws of DeathBack from the mouth of hellAll that was left of them Left of six hundredVIWhen can their glory fadeO the wild charge they made All the world wonderedHonour the charge they madeHonour the Light Brigade Noble six hundred

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The Charge of the Light Brigade

All your men Were soldiers to her heart’s desire When in the vanish’d year You saw the league long rampart fire Flare from Tel el Kebir Thro’ darkness a. As far as I m concerned The Charge of the Light Brigade is the greatest poem ever written and Alfred Lord Tennyson is the greatest poet to have ever lived His poems are sheer perfection55 stars

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A narrative poem about the Charge of the Light Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava during the Crimean WarExcerpt Yet know you as your England knows That you and. Theirs not to make replyTheirs not to reason whyTheirs but to do and dieThis poem was mentioned in The Punisher and I just had to read it This is another prime example of why the 19th century was the age of poetry The emotion the imagery the elouence


10 thoughts on “The Charge of the Light Brigade

  1. says:

    Leave it to a martial poet to make heroic poetry out of stupidity and failure I absolutely love this poem as long as I don't think about the reality behind it

  2. says:

    Theirs not to make replyTheirs not to reason whyTheirs but to do and dieThis poem was mentioned in The Punisher and I just had to read it This is another prime example of why the 19th century was the age of poetry The emotion the imagery the elouence

  3. says:

    Another fascinating poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson This time he explores the war the energy of this poetry relate

  4. says:

    I visited the site of the battle on a tour bus The guide gave a fair description of the troop disposition and the reasons the British were engaged in a battle so far from home the Black Sea It really was a foolish war I'm not uite so sure was a

  5. says:

    As far as I'm concerned The Charge of the Light Brigade is the greatest poem ever written and Alfred Lord Tennyson is the greatest poet to have ever lived His poems are sheer perfection55 stars

  6. says:

    I have loved this poem since Mr Trisell's 8th grade English class It thunders it gallops it paints shockingly clea

  7. says:

    This is without a doubt one of the finest examples of English poetry that you will every have the privilege of reading

  8. says:

    Not the epic I thought it would be but an excellent poem none the less This work could apply for any forlorn hope

  9. says:

    Intensly patrioticPhenomenal poem full of emotive passionBut it's hard not to be repulsed by the blatant waste of lifeCanon fodder and flashing sabres are ghastly images of barbarismThe Charge of the Light BrigadeBY ALFRED LORD TENNYSONIHalf a league half a leagueHalf a league onwardAll in the valley of Death Rode the si

  10. says:

    Courage is a hard thing to figure You can have courage based on a dumb idea or mistake but you’re not supposed to uestion adults or your coach or your teacher because they make the rules Maybe they know best but maybe they don’t It all depends on who you are where you come from Didn’t at least one of the six hundred guys th

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