|The Light Brigade, noble Six Hundred
|Lt Col P. S. Baines
|Blunder led to XI H bearding heights
|Bugles exhort—nigh blind death-ride!
|Exhibits true high-bred old England!
|Let grand ode exhibit high blunders
|Extol high thundering sabre-led bid
|Bungler-led throng exhibit dash—die
|G. H. Dickson
|Bidden ride bang through shell—exit!
|Lax order behind it—highest bungled
|S. B. Green
|Exhibited headlong blunders? Right!
|W. H. Johnson
|Extol this high bugle-bidden errand
|G. A. Linsley
|Order held death. Exhibits bungling
|Miss P. Mills
|High exalt this bold enduring breed
|W. L. Miron
|Extol their sad end—big, high blunder
|P. H. Morgan
|Death’s hell-exuding, throbbing ride
|Mrs W. J. O’Connell
|Guns both R and L—ride—bleed … high exit
|“Big-shot” lax—he blundered, dithering
|T. E. Sanders
|Lax blunder—the heroes did big thing
|J. C. Seddon
|Bad high blunderings; extol the ride
|W. K. M. Slimmings
|Lords had exhibited bungling there
|Thundering sabre bid, high extolled
|Extra! Blunder! Heights held in big “do”
|Miss E. J. Unger
|Blunder exhibited hearts nigh gold
|Exalt high this bold enduring breed!
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