[TPR-0011] The Man He Killed by Thomas Hardy

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This poem by Thomas Hardy explores what might go through a soldier's mind when facing an enemy—and how if not for the situation they find themselves in, perhaps could have crossed paths in an old pub and shared a pint instead of a bullet.

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The Man He Killed
by Thomas Hardy

published in The Poetical Works of Thomas Hardy, Volume I, Page 263
by London: Macmillan & Co., Limited, St. Martin’s Street, 1923

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