A Poison Tree Reference to Context

A Poison Tree Reference to Context

 

Reference:

 

These lines have been taken from the poem “A Poison Tree” written by William Blake.

 

Context:

 

In this poem the poet says that hatred is like a poisonous tree. If anger and scorn are not expressed, they keep on growing. The poet expressed his anger to his friend, it disappeared. He did not express his anger to his enemy it grew into a poisonous tree.

 

The poisonous tree killed his enemy No doubt, hatred which is the outcome of lack of trust can harm, a rival but cultivating hatred in itself is not an admirable thing. The use of the Word “Apple” is reminiscent of the Garden of Eden and the idea of temptation.

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