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Hear the Voice of the Bard Analysis



Author: Poetry of William Blake Type: Poetry Views: 741

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Hear the voice of the Bard !

Who present, past, and future sees;

Whose ears have heard

The Holy Word,

That walked among the ancient trees,



Calling the lapsed soul,

And weeping in the evening dew;

That might control

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 slumberous 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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That is the worst poem I have ever read in my entire life. It does not have any meaning. Briefly, he tries to say the bard is himself.

| Posted on 2017-10-29 | by a guest


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People in all countries get the personal loans from various banks, just because this is simple and comfortable.

| Posted on 2012-02-28 | by a guest


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We need to listen to the bard because he has experience of both sides ot the world (both innocence and experience). The bard is the poet, the poet is a prophet. The poet is unlike us, who are alienated, as he has experience of both these worlds. The idea that light can fall echoes Blake's belief that the whole world is involved in these fallen/unfallen states. The earth is being addressed, asked to stop turning - it is the EARTH that makes light fall, but to ask it to stop turning is asking time to stop. Blake is saying that the very existence of light and day CREATES the fallen and unfallen.
In a world of innocence, no time passes. We make the world fallen or unfallen.

| Posted on 2009-10-22 | by a guest




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