Bad Apples

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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: William Kirk McNeel
Date: July 1, 2009
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Blake states in the poem, 'In the morning glad I see, my foe outstretched beneath the tree.' Blake reveals no remorse as he reflects on the lifeless body. This poem tells a great story of the emotional strains between a man and a friend and the same man with his enemy...
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The scenarios are different in how the individuals react to problems that are faced. Itís hard to believe that so much information could be concealed within a single poem, a poem that has the capability to teach readers about anger. Anger and how to resolve anger is the main topic in the poem...
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