Porphyria’s lover kills the woman he loves and lies all night with her corpse. He treats her as an object, and he takes no matter for her life. Preferably, believes that he has the right to choose for her, and he chooses to kill her. In his fallacy, he thinks that she would rather be with him forever than go on living without him. As the speaker has shown to the readers that he isn’t sane, the reader becomes unsure of everything that the speaker has said. It’s unclear how closely the reality of the woman’s movements agreed with the way the speaker described them. The speaker denies that his actions were wrong. He concludes that because God hasn’t addressed him, what he did must have been right.