I am neither a devout religious person whom can easily understand the true meaning behind these words, nor a english scholar who has the ability to decipher and comprehend what the author was hoping to portray, these past poems that we have read, including this and the 'wastland' seem beyond me in. In attempts to understand what i'm reading i read it over and over again with no success, although this was a much less confusing poem like the 'wasteland' the words seemd to come in one ear and out the other. One thing though that i did get from this was that it seems like the general theme has to do with people who live without faith in god, and the question all the things of life. I find it interesting how many religions basis of belief is having faith in this completely intangible being of essence and that you're supposed to base all that you believe in just based on the fact that someone told someone who wrote a book about all the 'teachings' of god. I don't know, i was raised in a not so religious family which has led me to always question religion.