British poet remembered for works like 1951’s “Song from the About to die Gunner A.A.1” and 1953’s “Survivor’s Keep.” He was produced a Fellow from the Royal Culture of Literature in 1958 and received many prestigious awards, like the Queen’s Yellow metal Medal for Poetry along with a Cholmondeley Award. He was created in Cornwall and offered being a coder within the Royal Navy during Globe Battle II. His poems offered as the motivation for a lot of the catalog of Scottish folk vocalist Alex Atterson. His dad passed away of tuberculosis in 1924. He was good friends with fellow British poet Ted Hughes.