ROUGH RHYMES OF A PADREBY REV. G. A. STUDDART KEEDY, M.C., C.F."Woodbine Willie"THE 'ARDEST PART ."And the 'ardest part i' the world to playMun surely be God's part."Copyright, Canada, 1918HODDER & STOUGHTO LIMITEDPublishers TorontoTO THE OFFICERS AD MEof the 6th and 24th InfantryDivisions living here and beyondthe veil these rhymes are dedicatedby one who is proud to have beenthrir rninrabrG. A. STUDDEET KEEDY,M.C., C.F."Woodbine Willie."Some of these poems were printed at myrequest and gained great popularityamongst all ranks in the B.E.F. I feelsure that through these homely versesmany a man has come to realise for thefirst time some deep truth of the Sorrow of God in this world's greatest agony. Mr.Studdert Kennedy has had experience inall parts of this battle area as a chaplainand knows and loves the men for whom hewrites. I wish this little book of poemsevery success.