Rudyard Kipling Poem Excerpt

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Rhyme of the Three Captains

At the close of a winter day, Their anchors down, by London town, the Three Great Captains lay;

And one was Admiral of the North from Solway Firth to Skye,
And one was Lord of the Wessex coast and all the lands thereby,
And one was Master of the Thames from Limehouse to Blackwall,
And he was Captain of the Fleet — the bravest of them all.

Poem by Rudyard Kipling
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