A Song of the White Men ~ Rudyard Kipling

Now, this is the cup the White Men drink
When they go to right a wrong,
And that is the cup of the old world’s hate–
Cruel and strained and strong.
We have drunk that cup—and a bitter, bitter cup
And tossed the dregs away.
But well for the world when the White Men drink
To the dawn of the White Man’s day!

Now, this is the road that the White Men tread
When they go to clean a land–
Iron underfoot and levin overhead
And the deep on either hand.

We have trod that road—and a wet and windy road
Our chosen star for guide.
Oh, well for the world when the White Men tread
Their highway side by side!

Now, this is the faith that the White Men hold
When they build their homes afar–
“Freedom for ourselves and freedom for our sons
And, failing freedom, War. ”
We have proved our faith—bear witness to our faith,
Dear souls of freemen slain!
Oh, well for the world when the White Men join
To prove their faith again!

The Harmony of Týr Mórríghan

“Kipling was the better of anything celebrated in the modern era times ten thousands and more. What galls the likes of Toni Morrison, and her promoter, Oprah Winfrey, is that writers like Kipling, Mark Twain, Tennyson, Browning, Blake, Spencer, Shakespeare, et. al., is that truly great writers need no pop cultural flatterers, and those who would cling on to the hem of glory unsewn by these modern promoters–as if it were they themselves who invented the written word and written worlds.
 
And yes the cup of knowledge is even more bitter in that it is merit and not the demagoguery of mediocrity and pseudo-tribalisms of base idealisms and feelings over actual substances.” ~Harry Shaw. Warrior-Poet (Odin)
 A Song of the White Men ~ Rudyard Kipling Now, this is the cup the White Men drink When they go to right a wrong, And that is the cup of the old…

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