Letter: To Marion Scott.

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Thinking of 'what's in store' / reserve better than front lines / describes how the army has forced Ivor Gurney to get along better with people / thinks about possible death, and expresses some contentment / takes comfort in his 'English Preludes' and verses / working on the sonnet 'England' for the 'Sonnets 1914' sequence / John Masefield's 'Good Friday'.