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Even were this true it would be nonsense. In a rational conversation no
one jumps to "the heart of the matter " that abruptly -- especially when
the heart turns out to be a single phrase substuting for a minimal
necessity of 20 or 30 pages even before one can seriously start thinking
about the "heart of the matter" in Blake.

Carrol

Chokh Raj wrote:
> 
> The heart of the matter !!!
> 
> CR
> 
> Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
>      //Rose symbolises Love.
>      The invisible worm is satan worm is like snake.
>      Lust destroys the Garden of Eden.//
> 
>      Cheers,
>      Peter
> 
>           ----- Original Message -----
>           From: Ken Armstrong
>           To: [log in to unmask]
>           Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2008 4:56 PM
>           Subject: The trouble with roses (worm? what worm?)
>           Re: On the Making of a Simile
> 
>                      1 O Rose, thou art sick!
>                      2 The invisible worm
>                      3 That flies in the night,
>                      4 In the howling storm,
> 
>                      5 Has found out thy bed
>                      6 Of crimson joy:
>                      7 And his dark secret love
>                      8 Does thy life destroy.
> 
>            Always wondered about the worm in this. Anyone
>           know worms that fly in howling storms? Seriously?
> 
>           Ken A
> 
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