Explain “Tyger Tyger Burning Bright” Meaning
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The poet repeats the word Tyger in order to make a rhythm in the poem. This is the first line of this poem in which the poet is in imaginary conversation with the tiger. He calls it by saying that it is so fierce that it seems to be burning brightly in the dead of night in a forest.
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