What is the conclusion of the poem The Cold Within?
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The conclusion of the poem is that tit for tat is not beneficial for the survival of mankind. Humility never harms anyone and the world will be a better place if the bigger problems like racial discrimination, class prejudice and so on are solved.
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The poem ‘The Cold Within’ by James Patrick Kinney is a story of six men having six different traits, trapped in bitterly cold weather. The idea of “An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind”. The poet talks about how humanity is on the verge of the end due to our own biased and discriminatory thoughts. In conclusion, the poem addressed many problems in the world today. We can make the world a better place to live if we solve these problems.