Wilfred Owen

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English poet and soldier (Famous from War Poetry)
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Rated by 50+ man-crushers
  • 5 star rating The poetry of he is amazing. --
  • 3 star rating Reading drafts of wilfred owen poems is making me emo......... can bob the builder fix THIS --
  • 3 star rating Pro Tip: Listening to Dan Carlin quoting Wilfred Owen about WWI is fucking disturbing. --
  • 4 star rating So bored watching an hour long documentary on Wilfred Owen ??? --
  • 5 star rating I would have continued LIE but have you read the poems of Dulce Et Decorum Est? Damn, Wilfred Owen drives you crazy. His english is --
  • 3 star rating WILFRED OWEN WENT TO UNIVERSITY OF READING, MY MIND IS MADE UP, GOODBYE OTHER UNIVERSITY OPTIONS --
  • 4 star rating Writing about Wilfred Owen's poems at this hour isn't fun --
  • 5 star rating Did DJ Taylor really refer to "the heterosexual Wilfred Owen" in today's Guardian? That must be another Wilfred Owen, and not the war poet --
  • 5 star rating . . is an emotional & witty depiction of Seigfried Sassoon & Wilfred Owen's relationship, with poetry & dialogue interwoven. --
  • 4 star rating One of the Runners up in the Wilfred Owen Poetry prize, is me. --
  • 3 star rating It is all over for a long time. We are marching steadily back. Wilfred Owen, 1918 --
  • 5 star rating It saddens me that more people don't know who he is, or read his poetry. If I had to pick my all-time author/poet crush, it's him. --
  • 3 star rating Little bit ahead in the reading but Wilfred Owen's poem portrays a very disturbing picture --
  • 5 star rating Wilfred Owen why so complicating --
  • 1 star rating Check out Rudyard Kipling's If, Wilfred Owen's Dulce et decorum est and Siegfried Sassoon's Base Details - All so moving --
  • 3 star rating Dulce et decorum est/Pro patria mori... Really moved by Wilfred Owen when I was a teenager --
  • 1 star rating Poems being read out on Underground including Wilfred like: Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore 1/2 --
  • 3 star rating Today is National Poetry Day - our WW1 play focuses on War Poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen --
  • 3 star rating Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori - Wilfred Owen - The theme for 2014 is 'Remember' --
  • 1 star rating It's and the one poem that has always stuck with me since school is Wilfred Owen's 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' - what a poem. --
  • 3 star rating It's Who is your favourite poet/which poems stick in your mind? Keats? Hughes? Wilfred Owen? --
  • 1 star rating National poetry day today. One of our youth workers favourite is the emotive "Dulce et Decorum est by Wilfred Owen --
  • 5 star rating Wilfred owen is starting to irritate me-_- --
  • 4 star rating We are doing wilfred owen poems in english, and I'm so excited --
  • 5 star rating Wilfred Owen's poetry is bone-chilling.... --
  • 5 star rating Shakespeare was a realist. So was Wilfred Owen. Orwell was a dystopian idealist. As was Dekker. Please don't shoot me for having a view. --
  • 5 star rating 'Sit on the bed; I'm blind & three parts shell, Be careful; can't shake hands now; never shall. This is from 'A Terre' by Wilfred Owen --
  • 1 star rating He is bae. But so is Sigfried Sassoon. And Pat Barker's climbing up the list. We're having World War 1 weeks in BritLit! --
  • 5 star rating So.. We have a talk on Wilfred Owen --
  • 5 star rating Wilfred Owen on the use of boys in WWI: "Let the boy try along this bayonet-blade How cold steel is, and keen with hunger of blood" --
  • 5 star rating What would Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon & the other poets who wrote so powerfully about the horror of WW1 have made of the Tower poppies? --
  • 2 star rating OK. Andrew Motion comes across as VERY likable and he's just received the Wilfred Owen prize for poetry --
  • 2 star rating "The service we render to others is really the rent we pay for our room here on Earth" Sir Wilfred Owen --
  • 5 star rating 100 years after Wilfred Owen, children ardent for desperate glory are still being told the old lie: dulce et decorum est pro patria mori. --
  • 5 star rating 'Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori' by he is a poem that will never leave me,a harrowing portrayal of death&destruction in war --
  • 5 star rating He is bae --
  • 5 star rating "My subject is war and the pity of war. The poetry is in the pity." Wilfred Owen WW1 poet, killed in action one week before the war ended. --
  • 3 star rating If I have got to be a soldier, I must be a good one, anything else is unthinkable. Wilfred Owen --
  • 2 star rating People posting Wilfred Owen poetry and then putting things like: "They gave their lives so we could be free" --
  • 3 star rating Why do I need to do this, I don't get how analysing a poem by he is going to benefit me in any way --
  • 3 star rating And in his eyes The cold stars lighting, very old and bleak, In different skies. Wilfred Owen --
  • 3 star rating I wouldn't be so angered by the futility of WW1 if Wilfred Owen had of made it 7 more days --
  • 1 star rating The old lie; Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori. (Sweet and fitting it is to die for the fatherland) -- Wilfred Owen --
  • 1 star rating "Red lips are not so red as the stained stones kissed by the English dead." -Wilfred Owen, The Poems Of Wilfred Owen --
  • 2 star rating Just found out our hotel and even room is the one stayed in by ww1 poet Wilfred Owen - what a story --
  • 5 star rating The Wilfred Owen Association is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Professor Jon Stallworthy on November 20th. Professor Stallworthy --
  • 3 star rating This whole Wilfred Owen showing the futility of war is just annoying me now... Ughhhhh --
  • 2 star rating Like last year wilfred owen did not mean for his poetry to "sound like a gun". English is so over analysed. --
  • 3 star rating MAKING PEE PARAGRAPHS ON HOW WILFRED OWEN PORTRAYS THE FUTILITY OF THE WAR IS STRESSING ME OUT --
  • 3 star rating We're covering Wilfred Owen in revision classes first and I am so happy --

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