What is the moral of the poem Confessions of a born spectator?

What is the moral of the poem Confessions of a born spectator?

1 Answer

    https://rebrand.ly/englishnotes
  1. This poem talks about how not all things are suited to everyone. Although the poet greatly admires athletes, he does not wish to take their place. Rather, he is happy to stay a spectator who watches these athletes. He does not wish to force his self to emulate these athletes because he knows that he is a born spectator. Therefore, different people are suited to different things, and we must all happily accept it.

    Confessions of Born Spectator Poem Summary

You must login to add an answer.