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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #32120: Extract from a poem
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    Extract from a poem

    Extrait de 'The young dead soldiers'


           Archibald Mac Leish


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    1. The young soldiers do not speak.

    2. Nevertheless, they are in the still houses:

    3. who has not heard ?

    4. They have a that speaks for them at night

    5. and when the counts.

    6. They say: We were . We have died.

    7. Remember .

    8. They say: We have what we could

    9. but it is finished it is not done.

    10. They say: We have given our but until it is finished

    11. no one can what our lives gave.

    12. They say: Our are not ours: they are yours,

    13. they will what you make them.

    14. They say: our lives and our deaths were for

    15. peace and a new or for nothing we cannot say,

    16. it is you must say this.

    17. We leave you our deaths. Give them meaning.

    18. We were young, they say. We have died; us.

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