Rudyard Kipling's Verse - The Moon of Other Days through The Rhyme of the Three Sealers Summary & Analysis

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The Moon of Other Days through The Rhyme of the Three Sealers Summary

The poem "What the People Said," begins with Queen Victoria telling the people of her land to rejoice because she has been given both ruling power and years to rule. The plowman working his fields, however, realizes that God is the one who is in control of everything. In the poem, "The Undertaker's Horse," Kipling writes about the way that the undertaker's horse reminds him of those who have died. This horse also reminds the writer that one day death will come for him. It is indicated that the only way that the writer will be pleased will be to see the horse reduced to death.

In the poem, "One Viceroy Resigns," Lord Dufferin, an older, experienced viceroy shares his wisdom...

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