âCruel and sudden, hast thou since purpled thy nail in blood of innocence?â The speaker then brings up the point that the child is innocent and all the baby did wrong was choosing her as a mother. âWherein could this flea guilty be, Except in that drop which it sucked from thee?â The next two lines indicate that she is happy, but the speaker says that she should not...
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âYet thou triumphâst, and sayâst that thou Findâst not thyself, nor me, the weaker now.â She should not be cheerful because her choice to kill led to her loss of innocence. And the speaker ends the argument in the subtext of the third stanza saying that since she has already loss her innocence by killing the flea, she might as well give into him because she cannot lose her innocence again...