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Premonition single work   poetry   war literature   "If I should fall, my presence may be sought"
Issue Details: First known date: 1925... 1925 Premonition
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Epigraph: 'If I should fall, do not grieve for me. I shall be one with the sun and the wind and the flowers.' - Leslie Coulson.
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Editor's note: Lieutenant Lasker was reported missing on May 20, 1918, and later as 'killed on or about that date.'
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Reprinted in Australian Jewry's Book of Honour World War II, (p. 137).
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