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NELSON ON DEATH

back. Went straight. Bit mental, but 'e come to 'is senses."
" Some people definitely do, and others definitely don't," says Nelson. "I remember the wallah you mean. I could see there was going to be trouble with that geezer. Definitely. So, he turned out all right, eh?"
" A nice kid," says Dagwood. "Well, anyway, not so bad."
" Wasn't there a po-tential officer they used to call The Schoolmaster?"
" Yes," says Dagwood. "A bookworm."
" Kay?"
" Yes," says Crowne. "Okay."
" When he left," says Dagwood, "he wrote a bit of poetry."
" What, made it up?" asks Nelson.
" Oh, I shouldn't be surprised." Dagwood rummages in a breast pocket and gets out a greasy little autograph-album. "Look."
Looking over his shoulder, Nelson reads :

Here dead we lie because we did not choose
To live and shame the land from which we sprung.
Life, to be sure, is nothing much to lose,
But young men think it is, and we were young.

"Now there you are," says Nelson. "Dead we lie, and all that sort of bull and baloney. Life to be sure is nothing much to lose. Now where do they get that stuff ? God blimey, where do they think that kind of tripe is going to get 'em? Education. There's a man

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