What do 'they' have in common from the chapter No Men Are Foreign.
Throughout the poem, the poet pin points the underlying similarity between all human beings. He says that though people may wear different uniforms, they all are same. Everyone walks upon the same earth, breathes in air, drinks water and is aware of the presence of the sun. Everybody feeds on the harvest produced and gets starved during an extended war. Our hands, the work we do, our eyes and even the fact that our strength can be won by love is similar. Moreover, we all understand and recognise ‘life’, which is common to all lands. Hence, the poet suggests that nobody is foreign and no country is strange.
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