The Answer

We are in God's hand, brother, not in theirs. Henry V to his brother prior to Agincourt, Henry V, Act III, Scene 6 The thirtieth in my ongoing series examining the poetry of Rudyard Kipling. The other posts in the series may be read here, here , here , here, here , here, here, here, here, … Continue reading

The City of Brass

The twenty-eighth in my ongoing series examining the poetry of Rudyard Kipling. The other posts in the series may be read here, here , here , here, here , here, here, here, here, here, here, here , here, here, here , here, here, here , here, here, here , here, here , here , here, here and … Continue reading

His Boy Jack

(I originally wrote this three years ago.  It is one of several posts that I wrote, that I now suspect was God's way of preparing me for the loss of my son, Larry.  The last paragraph in the post I have found of great comfort now that I have experienced, and how I wish that cup had passed me … Continue reading