Wilfred Owen: Poems

which lies not calm in the eyes of the bleeded head

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This line is a reference to what the narrator views as a result of seeking glory. he did not see that calm eyes and braided hair were the best things of life, but rather wanted the wild adventures that had left him hopeless and lifeless.