Homophones in the Poem…


This is the place to discuss the presence of homophones in the poem.
According to the dictionary:
A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word but has a different meaning and/or spelling. “Flower” and “flour” are homophones because they are pronounced the same but you certainly can’t bake a cake using daffodils.

Many searchers believe that the recognition and application of homophones used in the poem will lead us to discover the poem’s actual meanings and Forrest’s nine clues.