Works Of Rudyard Kipling, The: Volume I
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Series: Works of Rudyard Kipling (Book 1)
Hardcover: 452 pages
Publisher: IndyPublish (February 15, 2002)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4238108
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at the straw might be counted fairly and the tally of bricks be set. The Lords of Their Hands assembled; from the East and the West they drew-- Baltimore, Lille, and Essen, Brummagem, Clyde, and Crewe. And some were black from the furnace, and some were brown from the soil, And some were blue from the dye-vat; but all were wearied of toil. And the young King said 'I have found it, the road to the rest ye seek 'The strong shall wait for the weary, the hale shall halt for the weak; 'With the even tramp of an army where no man breaks from the line, 'Ye shall march to peace and plenty in the bond o£ brotherhood--sign!' The paper lay on the table, the strong heads bowed thereby, And a wail went up from the peoples: 'Ay, sign-- give rest, for we die!' A hand was stretched to the goose-quill, a fist was cramped to scrawl, When--the laugh of a blue-eyed maiden ran clear through the council-hall. And each one heard Her laughing as each one saw Her plain-- Saidie, Mimi, or Olga, Gretchen, or Mary Jane. And the Spirit of Man that is in Him to the light of the vision woke; And the men drew back from the paper, as a Yankee delegate spoke:-- 'There's a girl in Jersey City who works on the telephone; 'We're going to hitch our horses and dig for a house of our own, 'With gas and water connections, and steam-heat through to the top; 'And, W. Hohenzollern, I guess I shall work till I drop.' And an English delegate thundered: 'The weak an' the lame be blowed! 'I've a berth in the Sou'-West workshops, a home in the Wandsworth Road; 'And till the 'sociation has footed my buryin' bill...