The Poem from Rudyard Kipling to His Son
How Kipling Explains How to be a Man with If Scenarios.
The If poem talks about situations that happens in everybody's life. He shows him the right path to be a man. Not just a man, but a good man. People will try to bring you down, and you just have to ignore them.
Meet Your Dreams
Kipling goes on to talk about how if you dream it or think it you can do it, and avoid the worst of all obstacles and all the haters. People don't want to see people succeed so they will be against you. He says, "If you can meet Triumph and Disaster And treat those two imposters the same:."
If Poem Information
Author - Rudyard Kipling
Published - 1895
Rudyard Kipling was the author and represented himself in a poem he wrote for his son.
Like a lot of good athletes this is a guy that keeps to himself and does right. Although there are haters and he knows it, "he keeps his head about him."