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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
In the Ambulance
By Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
 
From “Battle”

“TWO rows of cabbages,
Two of curly-greens,
Two rows of early peas,
Two of kidney-beans.”
 
That’s what he is muttering,        5
Making such a song,
Keeping other chaps awake,
The whole night long.
 
Both his legs are shot away,
And his head is light;        10
So he keeps on muttering
All the blessed night:
 
“Two rows of cabbages,
Two of curly-greens,
Two rows of early peas,        15
Two of kidney-beans.”
 
 
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