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The Soldier

The Soldier

  

by Rupert Brooke

Analysis: Steaminess Rating

Exactly how steamy is this poem?

G

"The Soldier" imagines a soldier dying for his country on the battlefield, and then going to a peaceful, heavenly afterlife. This is a serious, sometimes somber, poem in which sex would just be out of place. It's rated G, friends.

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