A poem on manhood by Hamlin Garland

Do you fear the force of the wind,
The slash of the rain?
Go face them and fight him,
Be savage again.
Go hungry and cold like the wolf,
Go wade like the crane.
The palms of your hands will thicken,
The skin of your four head tan –
You’ll be ragged and swarthy and weary
But – you’ll walk like a man.

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About Trevor Honeycutt

D.O.B. 04/17/1968 Married to Kristina - 04/02/1993 9 children (Noah, Luke, Joshua, Nathan, Anna, Judah, Elisha, Joseph, & Benjamin)
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2 Responses to A poem on manhood by Hamlin Garland

  1. Captivated says:

    Printing this out now to read often! Thanks for sharing bro

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