`The man hath penance done
And penance more will do.'
Destroying the albatross was somehow the gravest of sins. It is possible that the albatross represents a Christ figure.
The second voice declares that the mariner’s ordeal is not wholly over; he has suffered a lot but he has to suffer more for his sin.
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