The Landing at Suvla Bay is a poem by an anonymous author, allegedly written by a member of the 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington's Regiment. Similar versions of this are claimed to have been written by members of other regiments who were at Suvla Bay at the time. The Border Regiment is mentioned in the 8th stanza (shown in bold).
You may talk of Balaclava,
Or of Trafalgar Bay,
But what of the 11th Division,
Who landed at Suvla Bay?
They were part of Kitchener's Army,
Some had left children and wives,
But they fought for England's freedom,
And fought for their very lives.
It was on the 6th of August,
We made that terrible dash,
And the Turks along the hillside,
Our boats they tried to smash.
The order came, "Fix bayonets!"
And out of the boats we got,
Every man there was a hero,
As he faced the Turkish shot.
Funnels of the ships got smashed,
Whilst the sea in some parts was red,
But we fought our way through the ocean,
To the beach that was covered with dead.
Creeping, at last, up the hillside,
Whilst shot and shell fell all around,
We made one last desperate effort,
And charged o'er the Turkish ground.
The Turks at last gave it up,
When our bayonets began to play,
For they turned their backs to the British,
And retired from Suvla Bay.
There were the Lincolns, Dorsets, and Staffords.
Notts and Derbys too,
The Border Regiment was there,
The rough and ready crew.
Then we had the Manchesters,
With the Lancashire Fusiliers by their side,
The lads who come from Lancashire,
Who fill your hearts with pride.
The Yorks, East Yorks, and West Yorks,
The Yorks and Lancs as well,
Who fought for good old Yorkshire,
Were amongst the lads who fell.
The fighting fifth were fighting,
The Northumberland lads you know,
Whilst the good old Duke of Wellington's,
Were keeping back the foe.
And far away o'er the hillside,
Beneath the bloody clay,
Are some of the 8th Battalion,
Who tried to win the day.
So remember the 11th Division,
Who were all volunteers you know,
But they fought and died like heroes,
Going to face the Turkish foe.
—Anonymous, Source unknown