Both poems seem to end on a similar note, a kind of divine resignation (this was a phrase Conrad used to describe the Russians) without the divinity, so to speak (no sweating in the dark), and with a delicate yearning - for what? The freedom of wordlessness?
Here is unfenced existence:
Facing the sun, untalkative, out of reach.
the deep blue air, that shows
Nothing, and is nowhere, and is endless.