Rudyard Kipling's Verse - Verses from Limits and Renewals and Miscellaneous Verse Summary & Analysis

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Verses from Limits and Renewals and Miscellaneous Verse Summary

In the poem "Gertrude's Prayer," the speaker indicates that there are some things, such as the morning time, that can be lost and never gotten back. In the poem "Dinah in Heaven," the character Dinah dies but is not allowed into heaven. She is determined to wait until her man arrives. When Dinah's man does arrive in heaven, and St. Peter sees Dinah's reaction to the man, he allows them both into heaven. "Four-feet" is another poem about a dog. In this poem, however, it is indicated that the writer of the poem dies and the dog who has followed him throughout life cannot go with him in death.

In the poem "The Disciple," Kipling indicates that it is the followers of any particular religion who do the most...

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