• Poetry

    Liberty and Edward Thomas

    “Liberty” is one of the foundational concepts of the American enterprise, individual liberty in particular. To the white-collar practitioner (and client), the concept of liberty takes on a special urgency. Edward Thomas was born in Lambeth, London, on March 3, 1878. His books include The Woodland Life (1896), In Pursuit of Spring (1914), and Last Poems (1918). Thomas died in World War I at the battle of Arras on April 9, 1917.  “Liberty” was published in Thomas’s book Poems (H. Holt & company, 1917). Liberty by Edward Thomas (1878-1917) The last light has gone out of the world, except This moonlight lying on the grass like frost Beyond the brink…