Weidmann exquisitely scribes these famous lines with the same beauty and conviction with which they were first composed by British Nobel laureate, Rudyard Kipling, in 1895. A poem with an inspiring and timeless quality continues to be penned and shared by the few who are able to be called men by their worthy character.
Medium: Pen and Ink
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