Some of the elements that would enable individuals to pursue healthy and happy lives so be looked into and maintained for the wellbeing of individuals in their areas of residence.
Based on how the poet conveyed his message, it was clear that he desired to tell his readers that besides Richard dying a wealthy man he also died a lonely and sad individual.
This poem may have been relayed in a simple manner; however, the poem would leave readers wondering about some of the factors that may have compelled Richard to commit suicide (Scheick4).
This is because the poem hardly touches on the factors that resulted to Richard committing suicide instead the poet dwelt more on the mystery behind the suicide act.
The poem talks about an affluent person who takes his own life and all that the people in his surrounding thought about his drastic act of committing suicide.
From the events in the poem, it could be deduced that the poet was trying to portray the actuality that outward appearances always deceived and that there was more to individuals than meets the eye.
When individuals grew used to certain things over time, they were bound to become less interested in the items they were used to with time. It is precisely for the aforementioned reasons and more that the less privileged members of the society should never measure their levels of happiness based on the amount of wealth they possessed.
There is more entailed in ascertaining to individuals personal happiness than individuals possession of riches.
By stating that they looked up to Richard, the poet meant that these individuals longed to attain the same status as Richard despite their odds (Scheick 2).
The poem illustrates the irony in the lifestyle embraced by a wealthy person in which case, Richard Cory.