Like Words Worth, Eliot believes poetry to be (natural) overflow of powerful feelings. His poem Departure and Arrival seems to be the practical manifestation of it. He turns all the conceptual images into perceptual (awareness) ones. The extra-sensory are made sensory (sensibleness) and thus the powerful feelings with regard to the abstract find their ventilation in the form of the palpable (manifest) and concrete through wonderful metaphors and similes. T.S. Eliot carefully expresses idealism and…"Departure And Arrival, Critical Comments, Notes"
Explanation lines 1-6: Reference: These lines have been taken from Departure and Arrival written by T. S. Eliot: Context: The poet asks us to move rapidly to our goals. The 20th century is full of great challenges. This age has better prospects for all those who accept its challenge. It is possible that new age may hold in store for us a bright future. Man may conquer pain and misery of his life. Explanation: The…"Departure and Arrival Explanation, Notes"