Write down the substance of the poem Asleep In The Valley

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In ‘asleep in the valley‘ composed by Arthur Rimbaud,  an evident scene hides a grim reality.  A slow stream makes silver stands upon the grass. Sunlight from the mountain-top fills the valley.

                 Here a open-mouth soldier lies and his head is upon a pillow made a ferns. It’s is seemed as if he stretched his limbs in  the heavy undergrowth. He looks so pale and his feet are among the flowers.even the insects can not disturb the general, simple-hearted and innosend soldier whose hand is kept all his chest.

                 Then the truth comes out. He is no more because of two bullet wounds on his chest. The sympathy of war death condemns such a picturesque beauty.        


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