Independence (excerpt) — Rudyard Kipling

“To catch Dame Fortune’s golden smile     Assiduous wait upon her, And gather gold by every wile     That’s justified by honour— Not for to hide it in a hedge     Nor for the train attendant, But for the glorious privilege     Of being independent.” Independence means, “Let every herring hang...

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