Commentary on William Blake’s Poem “ The Tiger

“ The Tiger “ is composed of six four - line stanzas following an aa bb rhyme scheme, and each line is made up of seven syllables. This simple yet sound scheme gives the poem its lightsome alterness and power. A rare blend of harmony and zestful diction is conveyed through the sustained rhythm and powerful metaphors that make up each line.

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