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Poe blames the angels in heaven for Annabel Lee's death because they were jealous of their love. Poe says that the angels sent the wind that killed Annabel Lee.
In this stanza, Poe is trying to say that even though Annabel Lee is dead, their love lives on. He is in her soul and she is in his soul, and neither a demon or an angel can seperate their souls.
In the last stanza, Poe says that all the night-tide, he lays next to Annabel Lee in her tomb. He also says that everyday, he dreams about her, and everyday, he feels her presence.
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