Lily Green at the Town Hall Hospital, Oxford, item 70

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And lose, and start again at your

beginnings

And never breathe a word about

your loss.

If you can force your heart and nerve

and sinew. To serve your turn long after

They are gone. And so hold on when

there is nothing in you. Except the

will which says to them: Hold on!

If you can talk with crowds and

keep your virtue.

Or walk with Queens - nor lose the

common touch.

If neither foes nor loving friends can

hurt you.

If all men count with you, (but only

one very much)

If you can fill the unforgiving minute,

with sixty seconds worth of distance run

Yours is the earth and everything that

is in it.

If at times you are at ease, and

think of who you would like to please

Try this,

Charlie

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And lose, and start again at your

beginnings

And never breathe a word about

your loss.

If you can force your heart and nerve

and sinew. To serve your turn long after

They are gone. And so hold on when

there is nothing in you. Except the

will which says to them: Hold on!

If you can talk with crowds and

keep your virtue.

Or walk with Queens - nor lose the

common touch.

If neither foes nor loving friends can

hurt you.

If all men count with you, (but only

one very much)

If you can fill the unforgiving minute,

with sixty seconds worth of distance run

Yours is the earth and everything that

is in it.

If at times you are at ease, and

think of who you would like to please

Try this,

Charlie


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  • April 7, 2017 17:58:31 Cheryl Ellsworth

    And lose, and start again at your

    beginnings

    And never breathe a word about

    your loss.

    If you can force your heart and nerve

    and sinew. To serve your turn long after

    They are gone. And so hold on when

    there is nothing in you. Except the

    will which says to them: Hold on!

    If you can talk with crowds and

    keep your virtue.

    Or walk with Queens - nor lose the

    common touch.

    If neither foes nor loving friends can

    hurt you.

    If all men count with you, (but only

    one very much)

    If you can fill the unforgiving minute,

    with sixty seconds worth of distance run

    Yours is the earth and everything that

    is in it.

    If at times you are at ease, and

    think of who you would like to please

    Try this,

    Charlie

  • March 27, 2017 19:54:29 Ann Allan

    And lose, and start again at your beginnings

    And never breathe a word about your loss.

    If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew. To serve your turn long after They are gone. And so hold on when there is nothing in you. Except the will which says to them: Hold on!

    If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue.

    Or walk with Queens- nor lose the common touch.

    If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you.

    If all men count with you, (but only one very much)

    If you can fill the unforgiving minute,

    with sixty seconds worth of distance run

    Yours is the earth and everything that is in it.

    If at times you are at ease, and think of who you would like to please

    Try this,

    Charlie


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