What is the moral of the poem The Last Bargain?

What is the moral of the poem The Last Bargain?

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  1. The moral of the poem The Last Bargain is that power, wealth and beauty are worthless. They cannot give joy to the soul. The soul of a man needs freedom and liberty. It does not want to be imprisoned by worldly pleasures which are in actual fake.

    The speaker finds innocence, truth and real joy in what the child offers and thus accept his offer readily. After accepting, the speaker feels like a free man.

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