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The Lamb Analysis

Author: Poetry of William Blake Type: Poetry Views: 4360

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Songs of Innocence1789Little Lamb, who made theeDoes thou know who made thee

Gave thee life & bid thee feed.

By the stream & o'er the mead;

Gave thee clothing of delight,

Softest clothing woolly bright;

Gave thee such a tender voice.

Making all the vales rejoice:Little Lamb who made theeDoes thou know who made theeLittle Lamb I'll tell thee,Little Lamb I'll tell thee;

He is called by thy name,

For he calls himself a Lamb:

He is meek & he is mild,

He became a little childh

I a child & thou a lamb,

We are called by His name,Little Lamb God bless thee,Little Lamb God bless thee.


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Well, as I\'m reading the other posts and at the same time analyse the poem, I still can\'t really understand the poem. Yes, it is a biblical poem, and all I know is the lamb is referring to our creator.
Please help me to understand this poem this our report in English - American Literature and now we are assigned in Trochee meter and this is the best poem for our report. Thank You !

| Posted on 2012-12-03 | by a guest

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The lamb by william blake is about the innocence quality of God. Here the poet tries to give the introduction of god.At the first stanza poet ask the question to the lamb that who is the creator of the lamb? After that in the second stanza he wanted to know that who give the food, cloth, tender voice to the innocent Lamb.In the third stanza he again ask to the lamb who is the creator of this innocent lamb.At the last stanza poet tries to call the lamb by his own name.Here he says that the god is just like innocent and calm by his character.In the poem god is just like a child.we called our god as his name as like as little lamb.

| Posted on 2012-03-12 | by a guest

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i am doing an analysis of this for a practice gcse exam 3 years early, however i am struggling to analysis the actual poem. can anyone help me.

| Posted on 2012-01-11 | by a guest

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yo guise thes waz da best ting ive ever read. da lamb wuz totly inocnt

| Posted on 2011-11-22 | by a guest

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an illusionary poem that is biblical and refers to Jesus the lamb of God that came for the remission of sins

| Posted on 2011-04-24 | by a guest

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I know there is religious allusions in the poems about Jesus and God. However, I do not fully understand them.

| Posted on 2011-04-20 | by a guest

.: William Blakes "The Lamb" :.

William Blake’s, “The Lamb,” exalts the goodness of the creator and finds within the creator a source of kindness, altruism, and love. The idea of a kind creator is expressed by the alignment of the creator with the gentlest creation of the lamb. There are several pairs of consecutive rhyming lines, and they each have four lines that don’t rhyme given an “aa bb cc dd ee ff gh ii jk ll” rhyme scheme. Since, most of the time punctuation of a poem will determine its pace caesuras and end-stopped are used in the lines to vary the pace of a poem and to alleviate the "sing-song" effect of poems that utilize end-rhyme. The technique, therefore, reinforces the content or feeling that the poem is trying to communicate. Blake's spelling, which seems odd or traditional to most, strikes the readers as old-fashioned, also, the childlike diction and repetition in this poem, plus an almost incantatory effect if the poem is read aloud.

| Posted on 2007-02-22 | by a guest

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