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This suggests the somewhat chaotic human nature referring to jealousy. Blake uses this image to explain that jealousy does nothing more than harm the person that feels it, as if he was putting his face onto a furnace.
When we reach the last line of the poem, we find the first perfect rhyme, giving it a much more intense and unexpected ending...
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Because the ideas in the second stanza are developed in a pattern, from smaller to larger, (iron, forge, furnace, gorge) the reader can pair up again these feelings and can imagine which one is a consequence of the other. Blake states that the consequence of cruelty is terror, and that secrecy is the result of jealousy...
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