The power of this vicious, repressed anger unleashed with the every bite, overwhelming the enemy. The apple in this poem is a result of Blake's anger toward his enemy. Blake who is now burdened by his anger unleashes his anger and takes his enemy by surprise. The sensible and morally right action would be to talk to his enemy about his feelings... displayed 300 characters
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The sensible and morally right action would be to talk to his enemy about his feelings. However, Blake lets his anger take control and become more intense at which the consequences are horrendous. Blake kills the man who has become the focus of his anger. The death is symbolized by the enemy eating fruit from the 'poison tree'... displayed next 300 characters
She does eat from it and takes it to Adam for him to eat from and consequently God throws them out of Eden for disobeying his commands. Their expulsion from heaven is similar to the death of the foe from eating the narrator's "poisonous apple" in the poem...
She can't express her anger because the "other" she talks of causes her anger. Telling the "other" will only emotionally anger both of them. That's why Pastan ends her poem with, "I will never let it go" (pg 717, line16)...
These two lines not only show how the intentional growth of this anger is still in effect, it shows that the person harbouring the anger is being two faced about it, showing "smiles" to the person, but also pulling off "soft deceitful wiles" behind their backs without them knowing...
While all of this is taking place, the umpire is looking flat because he is neutral to both teams and must maintain his unbiased nature.
At the end of the poem the batter is still playing the game, but every time he goes up to bat he never swings...
During this time many children were dying from being, either, worked to death or from malnutrition. Neither the state or the church did anything to stop this and is obviously why Blake feels so much anger towards them...
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