He emphasizes that war is upsetting and appalling at times. He was there when war broke out inand decided to return to England to volunteer for the army. Wilfred Owen is arguable the greatest of the world war one poets. It is about a man who can't do anything for himself, and therefore has to have other people do things for him.
Wilfred Owen was a poet who was widely regarded as one of the best poets of the World War one period. Doomed youth is right, Futility a short poem of two stanzas written in the First World War and Exposure transports the reader into the pitiless trench warfare of the First World, It takes the form of a short elegiac lyric the Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon are two talented war poets who meet each other in a hospital near Edinburgh both suffering from shell shock.
Through the park Voices of boys rang saddening like a hymn, Voices of play and pleasure after day, Till gathering sleep had mothered them from him One of the soldiers who experienced the war first hand was Wilfred Owen and through his poetry, he graphically illustrated both the horrors of warfare, the physical Netscape which surrounded him and the human body in relation to those landscapes In many cases, young boys lied about their ages in order to join the army, because they felt that they would return war heroes and be remembered for their efforts in the war.
Even though the poets came from contrasting backgrounds, they were able to personalize war to make it hit a chord with the reader and display the bleak reality of war that regular citizens may not have realized, Hardy, through emotional pain and Owen, through imagery