Please help me in the analysis of this poem. I can't understand it. Does the words meant a literal meaning or is there a deep meaning beyond it? Please tell me your ideas."When Done For Thee"by Alfredo Elfren LitiatcoThe greatest tasks most trifling seemWhen done for thee, my dear;And for the self-same reason greatThe trifling ones appear.Thus picking up a handkerchiefOr pulling up a chair;Become, when, this for thee, a mostImportant an affair;Whilst setting out to face the world,To fight one's way to fame,Chills not but rather fireIf essayed in the name.
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