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A Poison Tree Paraphrase

A Poison Tree Paraphrase

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A Poison Tree Paraphrase - william blake poems analysis

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  • I can't believe you broke my chainsaw!
  • I'm so sorry!
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  • Ugh. HiM again. I hate this fool.
  • The speaker tells his friend what has upset him, they work it out, and the speaker is no longer angry. The speaker doesn't tell his enemy what makes him angry. When he bottles it up, his anger increases.
  • Hey man, good to see you!
  • The speaker imagines reasons to fear his enemy. His fears and frustrations increase his animosity. But the speaker is not honest with his enemy. He smiles at him and acts friendly, building up a deceitful relationship lacking in trust.
  • The speaker’s anger is like a glittering poison that attracts both the speaker and his enemy. Anger and hate become appealing to the speaker, and his enemy is fooled by his deceitful behavior.
  • The enemy tries to take advantage of the speaker, but the speaker is one step ahead of him. The speaker’s secret anger poisons and kills his enemy.
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