As a matter of fact, yes.
I picked up this slim volume of verse about a week ago at a library book sale. It’s titled “Between Eternities” and the author was Grace Noll Crowell. She was originally born in Iowa in 1877 and moved to Texas in 1917. She was appointed the Poet Laureate of Texas in 1936 and held the position for three years.
“Between Eternities” (Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1944) was published during World War II and contains some poignant lines about faith in a time of war.
Yet many have shared the agony of God,
The day his Son was nailed upon a cross;
They, too, have given clean sons who have trod
Dark calvary, and bravely borne their loss.
From the poem “Wartime Mothers.”