More than any other war, WWI is associated with the poetry of the men who served. Today, we share a poem written by Byron H. Comstock, a marine from Portage. Wounded twice in battle, Comstock started writing poems while recovering in a hospital. Poem read by Peter Sobol.
Read more poetry from Comstock in his book, The Log of the Devil Dog.
This story is part of the Wisconsin Life series, “Wisconsin in the First World War.”