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What is the true religion of a poet?

The poet's faith ought to be fluid and ever accommodating.
  • The world is too much with us; late and soon
  • Getting and spending, we lay waste out powers
  • Little we see in Nature that is ours.

        —William Wordsworth

Quite often, the value we derive from our work or day-to-day actions remain bound by some logical quest for materialistic goals while staying more acquisitionist to collect things — to make our physical standard of existence more satisfied.

Once a desired thing is acquired (or consumed), we, as insatiable beings keep moving upwards on the straight line to acquire the next

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