Why does the poet says I would not intrude on him?

Why does the poet says I would not intrude on him?

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  1. The poet says, “I would not intrude on him” i.e. he will not buy the young boy a new ball because the boy has formed an emotional attachment with the ball which he lost. The poet thinks that it will be useless to buy a new ball. Money can buy balls but not emotions.

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