Article - Ethelwyn Wetherald
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An article about the life and work of Ethelwyn Wetherald printed in The Challenge. The article discusses that she not only wrote about nature, but also emotion and life. The author mentions "Sir Wilfrid Laurier was one of her many admirers and in one of his speeches in the House of Commons, he quoted her poem, 'My Orders'. 'My orders are to fight. Then if I bleed, or fail, Or strongly win, what matters it? God only doth prevail. The servant craveth naught Except to serve with might. I was not told to win or lose - My orders are to fight'". The article is also signed by the author with a note that reads "with much love from Elsie Pomeroy".