Stanza 116 / Line 1-2: This seraph-band, each waved his hand , no voice did they impart
Stanza 119 / Line 2-6: It is the hermit good! he singeth loud his godly hymns that he makes in the wood. Hell sheive my soul.
Stanza 134 / Line 1-4: Since then, at an uncertain hour, That agony returns; And till my ghastly tale is told within me burns
The seraphs helped the mariner be able to sail again and although things were starting to look up for the mariner he was still pained and conflicted about the deaths of his friends
he mariner has made it back to shore with the help of the angels and he meets a pilot and a hermit he believes that the hermit could help him
With the help of the pilot and hermit the mariner makes it back to shore with only a few conflicts with them and now has the need to tell his story in order for the weight on his shoulders to be lessened