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Comment 1 of 8, added on March 2nd, 2006 at 11:43 PM.
This poem has more references to the Bible than one might think at first.
It took a while for me to understand it, but here's what I get:
It is the retelling of the story where Jacob wrestled with an Angel. They
continued all night until morning, at which point, with Jacob in the lead,
the Angel begged to leave. Jacob responded by saying, "I will not let thee
go/ Except thou bless me". Line 13 reads "Light swung the silver fleeces."
This is a reference to Gideon, also of the Bible. In his story, Gideon
thought he heard God, but wanted proof. He put a fleece outside and asked
God, if it were him, to miraculously have the fleece wet but the
surrounding ground dry. It was done, but as more proof, Gideon asked for
the opposite to be done the next morning, and it was. So basically, that
line infers proof of God and his exsistence. "'Peniel' Hills beyond" (Line
14) somehow implies that Jacob saw the ANgel in the distance ("Peniel" is
the name of an angel). SInce the Angel was far away, Jacob realized that he
had actually been wrestling with God!
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