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Feelings About War in Dulce et Decorum Est by Owen, The Charge of the Light Brigade by Tennyson, Vitai Lampada by Newbolt along with also The Man He Killed by Hardy The three poems which I have chosen will be Dulce et Decorum Est, Vitai Laumpacta and The Charge of the light Brigade. In Dulce et Decorum Est, Owen is describing soldiers that are coming from struggle and are struck by a gas shell, what it was actually like actually being there, and how horrible it's to be there and watch it happening. But then in Vitai Laumpacta, Newbolt is comparing the tension of the final man in a cricket game from when he had been at school to the last man in a war in the middle of a desert where several died. On the other hand, in The Charge of the Light Brigade, Tennyson has been re-telling the narrative of the charge in the Crimean War, that did not go to plan and the Captain sent the light Brigade for their deaths. In the movie, 'Dulce et Decorum Est', Owen is describing exactly what it's really like to be a soldier in war. '' He shows how exhausted soldiers get and how slow their reactions get due to their tiredness. In the first stanza, owen is describing how the soldiers are really feeling. He uses rhyme, for example "Sludge/Trudge" and "Boots/Hoots". Owen also employs quite a few similes, such as "Coughing like hags" is a simile that is from the first stanza. I believe by that Owen was attempting to say that there were lots of ailing soldiers, and they still had to go on. There is also a metaphor in this stanza, "Men marched asleep", this is a robust and effective phrase. Using this apology, Owen was basically tipping off just how tired they were, like the soldiers would only stay asl...