Edward Thomas

Edward Thomas ranks alongside Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen, Robert Graves, and Rupert Brooke as one of the best poets of the World Wars. Over the few years of his life, he composed more than 150 poems, many of which are read in schools and loved to this day. Read more about Edward Thomas.

Some of the most famous poems from Thomas include ‘The Owl‘, ‘The Dark Forest,’ ‘Haymaking,’ and the ‘The Sign-Post.’

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