So, i know there are plenty studies on this question by Lewis Carroll in Alice in Wonderland. I would love to hear some Nerdfighteria theories!
I beleive it was meant to be non-senseical.
I figure they're both made of wood.
You're welcome. You needn't wonder about this any longer.
so if she weighs the same as a duck...
the most logical answer in my opinion is that ' Edgar Allan Poe wrote on both'
The raven is a beginning, like the writing desk. This writing desk, has seen stories, that it can't share, the raven is as mute as a writing desk. Or maybe because a raven hold a feather, that feather can fly away from the raven. But the raven would cast the little feather away, leading it down a wrong path. A writing desk, can let a story fly, but the writing desk causing any trouble would only lead the author away from the story, leading it down a wrong path.