Poetry, Memorials and Songs
Friends to the end
These Poems from Family Notices 19 July 1918 in the Bendigo Advertiser for William Alfred Rowe (3598) and Edgar Briton Penaluna (3584) tell of their families sorrow of their loss.
Sept. 1, 2021 • Fromelles Association of Australia
Two noble boys, good and true. They were comrades through and through, And in death they are not divided He has finished his part. I must still live on. Trying like him to be brave: My s...
The Soldiers Mother
By Lalla Geharty Richmond Guardian (Vic.) Sat 17 Aug 1918 Page 3 Under the Union Jack
July 1, 2021 • Fromelles Association of Australia
THE SOLDIER'S MOTHER. She stands alone, wrapt in the mantle of her pride; Her Soul, a living flame of whitehot love; Her Heart, a place of desolation, where the great tide Of long, hid...
Their Mothers are Praying by Maureen Clifford
11th October 2020
Oct. 11, 2020 • Fromelles Association of Australia
Just a face in a crowd and they all look the same, no distinguishing marks or great claims to fame, not seen individually just as a mob but each has a story – each Jack, Bill and Bob. They’r...
While New Year Bells are Ringing (1917) by Isa Forrest
March 1, 2020 • FFAIF
While New Year Bells are Ringing (1917) When New Year bells are ringing Over land and sea, What message are they bringing, My friend, to you and me? Do they banish care an...