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The master of the doves urging the barbet to stop eructing and pronounce pe-e instead, signifies the State President's pleading with the symbolised prisoner to stop the rough, fearsome, unpleasant and dangerous words for the softer, more fearless, pleasant, apologetic and danger free ones, which may not lead to violence.
That would be in line with stopping eructing and pronouncing pe-e by the barbet, which it is urged to do by the master of the doves in the poem.