Willoughby Weaving

Willoughby Weaving

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(Harry) Willoughby Weaving (1885–1977) was a British writer and poet of the First World War era.

Willoughby Weaving was the son of Harry Walker Weaving, brewer and farmer, of Pewet House, Abingdon. He entered Abingdon School and Pembroke College, Oxford, becoming a schoolmaster at Rockport School and headmaster and proprietor of Elm Park School, Co Armagh. Serving in the Great War with the Royal Irish Rifles, Weaving wrote various war poems, including:
  • The Dead (1915)
  • Ghosts (1915)
  • Progress (1917)
  • Dies Irae - Day of Wrath (1917)
  • Between the Trenches (1917)
  • Birds in the Trenches (1917)
  • Warrior Months (1917)

Weaving's other publications include The Star Fields and other poems (1916), The Bubble and other poems (1917), Heard Melodies (1918), Algazel (1920), Daedal Wings (1920), Ivory Palaces (1931), Spoils of Time (1933), Toys of Eternity (1937), Purple Testament of Bleeding War (1941) and Sonnets: and a few lyrics (1952).

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