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The Garden Of Love Analysis



Author: Poetry of William Blake Type: Poetry Views: 2632

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Songs of Experience1789I went to the Garden of Love.

And saw what I never had seen:

A Chapel was built in the midst,

Where I used to play on the green.And the gates of this Chapel were shut,

And Thou shalt not, writ over the door;

So I turn'd to the Garden of Love,

That so many sweet flowers bore,And I saw it was filled with graves,

And tomb-stones where flowers should be:

And priests in black gowns, were walking their rounds,

And binding with briars, my joys & desires.






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I think the poem is about a loss of love. Blake describes love as a garden, where he used to feel good and eveything was colourfull and happy there. But now this love has died, the man has lost his love and the beautiful garden love used to be is now a graveyard. Love has become a closed door, he cannot get to it anymore.

| Posted on 2010-05-19 | by a guest


.: what i believe this is :.

this poem is about the church in england being corrupt at that time. blake is saying that all the things he enjoyed before this chapel appeared in the mist were taken away from him and that what he use to enjoy there is this garden is now gone and he cant even go into the church because they have so many rules and regulations, mind you that churches doors are not to be shut you are sopose to be able to enter at anytime, he's locked out. when he talks about the priest doing their "rounds" its like a burdoned job for them not really wanting to be there but having to, also he refers to death alot in this poem i believe its the death of many things one of them being : freedom that the church took away form him, and the black robes the preist wear..

| Posted on 2007-09-18 | by a guest




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