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The Human Abstract Analysis



Author: Poetry of William Blake Type: Poetry Views: 1163

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Songs of Experience1789Pity would be no more,

If we did not make somebody Poor;

And Mercy no more could be.

If all were as happy as we;And mutual fear brings peace;

Till the selfish loves increase.

Then Cruelty knits a snare,

And spreads his baits with care.He sits down with holy fears.

And waters the ground with tears:

Then Humility takes its root

Underneath his foot.Soon spreads the dismal shade

Of Mystery over his head;

And the Caterpillar and Fly

Feed on the Mystery.And it bears the fruit of Deceit.

Ruddy and sweet to eat:

And the Raven his nest has made

In its thickest shade.The Gods of the earth and sea,

Sought thro' Nature to find this Tree

But their search was all in vain:

There grows one in the Human Brain






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The human abstract is just that, The traits that make the human different from other mamals. The emotions we posses are a direct result from our expierence, not only personally but those of all mankind. For example, the speaker says with there would be no pity if there were no poor people to have pitty for,/\"Pity would be no more, If we did not make somebody poor\"/. This idea is explored in the next quatrain as well with other emotions, Pity, mercy, peace, fear, ect...
A tree grows with in the human brain, grown from fear and tears, mystery and humility. It bears the fruit of deceit. The speaker is decribing how man is naturally evil and corrupt, and even anouncing to god that the deception is not just an evil brought from the devil but something cultivated within the minds of mankind.

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