| Quote #7
Not you any more shall be able to foil us, or with- hold yourselves from us,
Although he has been acting friendly toward non-human things throughout the entire poem, at the end he really lets loose with his love for "things." After all, inanimate objects and solids and fluids need friends, too! Even though he doesn't fully understand or "fathom" these things, he thinks they are perfect just the way they are.