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In the poem "The tyger" why is the creator of the tiger compared to a blacksmith??

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The Tiger represents evil and the creator of the tiger is the God who is powerful and confident. God has made many inspiring creatures and dangerous creatures in the world. The tiger can kill anybody easily. This brings light to the moral of the story is involving these animals and it is right to bring to life an animal that can track havoc and instructions and show it to God. He is the One who willingly created an animal that can be evil. A blacksmith makes use of tools, such as the Hammer, chain, and furnace, and in creating objects out of hot metal.

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