Which statement best describes the poem’s use of language? Blake uses images of plants to show nature’s bounty. Blake reveals emotions being cultivated like a garden. Blake presents ripe fruit to question the duration of beauty. Blake explains the planting process to suggest man’s hard work.
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William Blanke's poem displays imagry and symbolism to how people work out their problems with their friends, but refuse to confront a problem with a foe. He uses the imagry of a garden as both the hatred and a garden share a common ground: they continue to grow. Nature grows in beauty and pain, and while his hatred towards his foe was the same.
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Blake reveals emotions being cultivated like a garden.
The answer is B, Blake reveals emotions being cultivated like a garden.
I think the answer is B, Blake reveals emotions being cultivated like a garden.
The correct answer is "Blake reveals emotions being cultivated like a garden".
The central theme and message in "A Poison Tree" by William Blake is about the suppression of anger. The poem argues that like a tree, anger grows if one suppresses it. The allegory within the poem emphasizes that when a person hides or denies their emotions, they will become poisoned with bitterness and more vengefulness.
The answer is D) the danger of suppressed angerExplanation: In the poem "The Poison Tree" by William Blake the author highlights how dangerous it is to suppress your anger. The author writes that while he didn't hold on to his anger when mad at a friend he did suppress his anger for his foe and it only grew. In the end the author writes that after his anger "grew both day and night" it ended with his "foe outstretched beneath the tree". The anger of the author grew to a degree that he killed his foe. The message; suppressed anger leads to dire consequences.
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Blake reveals emotions being cultivated like a garden, as the poem is about the speaker's emotions towards the subject in the poem and it has a semantic field of gardening to help this.