Five-Minute-Friday—Remedy

The Camels Hump, a poem by Rudyard Kipling, first published in The Jungle Book came to mind when I read the word for today. Though in the poem it says,”The cure for this ill…” remedy would fit perfectly. So, I shall let Rudyard Kipling sound my thoughts for today.

There is more truth in this little poem than one may be willing to admit.

12 thoughts on “Five-Minute-Friday—Remedy

  1. Love the poem!

    My favourite Kipling verse is a quatrain, No. 27 from “Epitaphs Of The War, 1914-18”

    “Convoy Escort”

    I was a shepherd to fools
    Causelessly bold or afraid.
    They would not abide by my rules.
    Yet they escaped. For I stayed.

  2. Oh yes, how true this is! There is nothing like a cure for the “ills” or “blues” like some good old fashioned work and sweat that makes you feel like you’ve accomplished something! I think every child needs to have this in his reading material 🙂 Blessings to you!

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