We have received this poem as a reader’s letter in response to Andrew Studdert-Kennedy’s article ‘Remembering together’ and our photographic record of the installation at the Tower of London:
BLOOD SWEPT LANDS AND SEAS OF RED
Grief is an ache somewhere behind my eyes.
This bright remembrance impressed on our hearts,
Overwhelmed by the sorrow of this sight
We are bound to the dead and it is right