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What is the sadness the poet refers to in the poem 'Keeping Quiet'?

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The poet refers to the 'sadness' of failing to understand oneself in the monotonous existence of everyday life. He also finds it sad that humanity is moving towards its own ruins, owing to its unprecedented actions. He regrets that the rush to out-maneuver others has made one forget the values of humanity.

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