Found Poem: Prisoners of War Postcard

Tess Taylor
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28-11-1914 Ahmednagar, India

Nothing is to be written on this except
the date and signature of the sender.

Sentences not required may be erased.

If anything else is added the Postcard will
be destroyed.

To avoid delay in delivery, correspondence addressed
to Prisoners of War should be written in English,
and on Postcards.

* * *

I am quite well.
I have been admitted to Hospital
(and am going on well)
I have received your (
Letter follows at first opportunity.

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