What is the Poem The Tyger About?
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The poem The Tyger by William Blake is about the amazing powers of God. The poet appreciates the fierce looks of the tiger which have been given to it by God. He appreciates all the body parts he can think about and in a way he admires the Creator of those parts of Tiger.
In the end of the poem, he wonders is He the same Creator who has created Lamb because both these animals are quite different in nature. One is fierce, dreadful and burning with anger (the tiger) while the other is quite innocent, shy and meek (the lamb).
Read the summary of this poem here.