Rudyard Kipling's Verse Quotes

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"I have written the tale of our life / For a sheltered people's mirth, / In jesting guise - but ye are wise, / And ye know what the jest if worth." "Prelude" pg. 3

"Transferred to the Eternal Settlement, / Each in his strait, wood-scantled office pent, / No longer Brown reverses Smith's appeals, / Or Jones records his Minute of Dissent." "The Last Department" pg. 21

"I had been singin' to them to keep 'em quiet there, / For the lower deck is the dangerousest, requirin' constant care, / An' give to me as the strongest man, though used to drink and swear." "Mulholland's Contract" pg. 126

"Four things greater than all things are, - / Women and Horses and Power and War." "The Ballad of the King's Jest," pg. 246

"We were together since the War began. / He was my servant - and the better man." "Epitaphs of the War," pg. 384

"I do not love my Empire's foes...

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