What is the tone of On His Blindness?

What is the tone of On His Blindness?

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  1. The tone of On His Blindness is varying throughout the poem. In the beginning the tone seems to be demoralising and depressing as the poet seems to be remorseful because of his blindness. He is unable to use his talent of writing poetry and that makes him sad.

    In the second stanza, the tone changes to doubtful as the poet begins to think if God is really angry with him. In the third stanza, the tone is hopeful and finally the poem becomes happy.

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