This is an excellent piece, if I could applaud this I would, I think when I last commented on this, that I didn't really read it, I just said 'I disagree' and that's it.
Well writ piece, excellent indeed, he has a rhythm in his verse that is perfect, and mobile. Each beast, each insect, happy in its own: Is Heav'n unkind to man, and man alone?
” Not a pleasant situation, but not a hopeless one.
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Nam - I feel the site has an error in copying and pasting this or what not. From what I get on the first part, is as if Pope is writing a letter or tributing this written piece to Lord Bolingbroke, Henry St.
etc are at the end of each part but on the last line as the line end of each part, I feel that should be corrected.
I like how he ended this piece, tho, the overality of the piece, I tend not to contend with, or even somewhat agree with, it does hold an underlining truth.
That, as he says in the end, 'And, spite of pride, in erring reason's spite, One truth is clear, Whatever is, is right.' And he states 'Whatever' not 'One truth is clear, God is, is right.' he doesn't say that, but, it is in his soul.