Hello! Ok, I'm trying to find this poem, but I don't remember the title or author. I know it has to do with advice being given, apparently from a father to a son. The advice is about becoming a man, and the poem is several verses long. Generally it talks about standing against any opposition for the sake of truth, I think. For some reason I seem to remember that the last line is 'only then will you become a man my son.' Or it's something like 'only then can you be called a man...' I'm not sure. Please help! I also seem to remember it was by a well known poet. Any ideas?