What is the central idea of the poem The Vagabond?

What is the central idea of the poem The Vagabond?

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  1. The core concept is that genuine freedom is more valuable than romance, money, hopes, or friendships. It is the most important thing to the poet.  A life lived without problems or responsibilities is the ideal type of life for the poet. He wants to be able to wander freely with nothing but the sky above him and the road beneath him. The poem makes no mention of the difficulties of surviving, obtaining money, or anything materialistic.

     

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