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Songs Of Experience: Introduction Analysis



Author: poem of William Blake Type: poem Views: 65

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Hear the voice of the Bard!

Who Present, Past, & Future sees

Whose ears have heard

The Holy Word,

That walk'd among the ancient trees.



Calling the lapsed Soul

And weeping in the evening dew;

That might controll.

The starry pole;

And fallen fallen light renew!



O Earth O Earth return!

Arise from out the dewy grass;

Night is worn,

And the morn

Rises from the slumbrous mass.



Turn away no more:

Why wilt thou turn away

The starry floor

The watery shore

Is given thee till the break of day.






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the poet while keeping the style deliberately tough,in contrast to the introduction song of \'innocence\' part,surprises and bewilders the reader so as to vivify the state of experience wherein there is no peace whatsoever to be felt.

| Posted on 2012-09-12 | by a guest


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it conveys a religious symbol, it is more sophisticated than Introduction in the songs of Innocence.

| Posted on 2011-12-30 | by a guest


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This was right after the French revolution. It was a chaotic time, and England's king and Queen had just been dethroned, so the country was in a period of political transition.

| Posted on 2010-02-11 | by a guest




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