The poem “In Flanders Fields” is a traditional way to remember our fallen soldiers on Remembrance Day. I like to read another poem as well, written by the great conservative poet, Rudyard Kipling.
In my mind, Kipling was one of the best poets besides Shakespeare himself.
It’s called "Tommy" – "Tommy Atkins" being the traditional British nickname for a soldier, like saying "G.I. Joe."
This poem was written before either the First or Second World War, but as I'll explain, it's more relevant than ever before.
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