Tommy’s dead, he is no more,
The Telegram delivered to the door.
Left with fading memories to store
Of lifeless friends, limp on the floor
In a heap of bloody, pointless gore.
Inhumanity of reckless law;
Push the enemy back some more!
‘Til the reddest rivers bleed and pour,
With the hearts of those in this Great War.
888, 746 ceramic poppies. One for every British and Commonwealth soldier who died in World War One.