I love the languid patience of thy face: And oft with gentle hand I give thee bread, And clap thy ragged coat, and pat thy head. Late poetry and Lyrical Ballads. The poem does rely on the ideas of Pantiosocracy, being connected to nature, and the idea of "One Life" that would appear in many of his later poems. It seems to say, "And have I then one friend? I call even my Cat Sister in the Fraternity of universal Nature. Richard Holmes , Coleridge's 20th-century biographer, points out that, in Coleridge's collection, "The poem which had the most popular impact remained the controversial 'To a Young Jack Ass'.
Louisa. Age: 28.
The poem does rely on the ideas of Pantiosocracy, being connected to nature, and the idea of "One Life" that would appear in many of his later poems.
Blair. Age: 22.
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These later editions alter lines 27—36 to remove mention of Pantisocracy. Lines starting at 27 originally read: . The poem was built off this playful idea and includes a mix of comedy along with a connection between the narrator and the jack ass that was part of "an oppressed Race". The foal responds to the narrator, and the two form a bond: .