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The Little Boy Found Analysis



Author: poem of William Blake Type: poem Views: 47

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The little boy lost in the lonely fen,

Led by the wand'ring light,

Began to cry, but God ever nigh,

Appeared like his father in white.



He kissed the child & by the hand led

And to his mother brought,

Who in sorrow pale. thro' the lonely dale

Her little boy weeping sought.






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The boy could be mentally lost as opposed to literally being lost. So lost in his Faith etc. Hence God leading him back and showing him the way with the 'light' and then his physical presence.

| Posted on 2015-12-21 | by a guest


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This guy is an idiot;
the poem talks about how god is CLOSE (nigh) and that god is what guided him and his mother. god guided him to his mother, and (in theory) they moved on.

| Posted on 2011-07-08 | by a guest


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I have just read this poem, and I have analysed it thoroughly. \"...but God ever nigh, appeared like his father in white.\" This quotation that god isn\'t near, but the little boy has seen a man dressed in white. In fact, the man dressed in white is the little boy\'s father. The quotation: \"He kissed the child & by the hand led\" represents that the father has just found his son and is leading him to the house where they live. \"And to his mother brought,w ho in sorrow pale. thro\' the lonely dale...\" represents the fact that her mother was so upset that her son went missing, and when he arrived back home from his time away from his mother, she has found joy and happiness because he has been found.

| Posted on 2011-01-19 | by a guest




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