The White Man's Burden

The White Man's Burden - The White Mans Burden Rudyard...

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Unformatted text preview: The White Mans Burden Rudyard Kipling 1899 The White Mans Burden By Rudyar d Kipling Take up the White Man's bur den-- Send for th the best ye br eed-- Go, bind your sons to exile To ser ve your captives' need; To wait, in heavy har ness, On flutter ed folk and wild-- Your new-caught sullen peoples, H alf devil and half child. The White Mans Burden By Rudyar d Kipling Take up the White Man's bur den-- I n patience to abide, To veil the thr eat of ter r or And check the show of pr ide; By open speech and simple, An hundr ed times made plain, To seek another 's pr ofit And wor k another 's gain. The White Mans Burden By Rudyar d Kipling Take up the White Man's bur den-- The savage war s of peace-- Fill full the mouth of Famine, And bid the sickness cease; And when your goal is near est (The end for other s sought) Watch sloth and heathen folly Br ing all your hope to nought. The White Mans Burden By Rudyar d Kipling Take up the White Man's bur den-- N o ir on r ule of kings, But toil of ser f and sweeper --...
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