Trivia: From Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If,” “If you can dream” and what?
And hold them in your heart
And hide them away
And dance in the flowers
And not make dreams your master
Correct Answer: And not make dreams your master
So why is this answer correct? : English writer Rudyard Kipling was a short story writer, novelist, and poet. Much of his work was inspired by his birthplace of Mumbai, India, including “The Jungle Book,” and his most famous poem, “If.” In the poem, the speaker is telling his son about what it takes to become a man. The second stanza begins with, “If you can dream—and not make dreams your master; If you can think—and not make thoughts your aim,” as part of his suggestions to his son.