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‘The sun does rise/ and make happy the sky.’
The Eccohing Green
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‘On the darkening green’
The Eccohing Green
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‘the skylark and thrush/ the birds of the bush’
The Eccohing Green
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‘delight,’ ‘bright,’ ‘rejoice’
The Lamb
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‘bore’ and ‘wild’
The Little Black Boy
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‘under leaves so green’
The Blossom
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‘a happy blossom’
The Blossom
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‘mire was deep’
The Little Boy Lost
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‘lonely fen’
The Little Boy Found
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‘green woods laugh’
The Laughing Song
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‘dimpling stream’
The Laughing Song
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‘green hills’
The Laughing Song
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‘the birds are silent in their nest,’
Night
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‘the moon, like a flower’
Night
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‘Farewell green fields and happy groves,’
Night
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‘Birds delight/ Day and Night’ ‘Nightingale’ ‘Lark in the sky’
Spring
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‘So, if all do their duty, they need not fear harm.’
The Chimney Sweeper
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‘Can I see another’s woe/ And not be in sorrow too?’
On Another’s Sorrow
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‘he became a little lamb/ I a child and thou a lamb’
The Lamb
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‘Is God our father dear; [...]/Is man, His child and care.’
The Divine Image
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‘The children walking two and two,’
Holy Thursday
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‘They like Thames waters flow’
Holy Thursday
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‘Unseen they pour blessing’ ‘to keep them all from harm’
Night
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‘O He gives to us His joy,/ That our grief Hey may destroy:’
On Another’s Sorrow
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‘When I from black, and he from white cloud free.’
The Little Black Boy
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‘And all must love the human from,/ In heathen, Turk or Jew.’
The Divine Image
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‘the valleys wild’
Introduction
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‘in the southern wild’
The Little Black Boy
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‘lonely fen,’ ‘lonely dale’
The Little Boy Found
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‘cloud,’ ‘child,’ ‘laughing,’ and ‘piping,’ ‘wept,’ ‘wept with joy,’ ‘plucked a hollow reed’ and ‘stained the water clear’ ‘a child’ --> ‘every child’
Introduction
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‘lambs’ have an ‘innocent call’
The Shepherd
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‘the Lamb’ ‘Who made thee?’
The Lamb
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‘and he will then love me.
The Little Black Boy
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‘that curled like a lamb’s back’
The Chimney Sweeper
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‘green’ ‘laughing’ ‘sweet round mouths’ ‘sweet chorus.’
The Laughing Song
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‘innocent faces clean’ ‘these flowers of London town!’ ‘multitudes of lambs.’ ‘innocent hands.’
Holy Thursday
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‘Come and lick/ My white neck’
The Lamb
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‘let us play, for it is yet day,/ And we cannot go to sleep;’ ‘The little ones leaped, and shouted, and laughed,/ And all the gills echoed.’
Nurse’s Song
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‘Shepherd’ ‘strays,’ VS ‘follows’
The Shepherd
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‘mother’ and ‘our father'
The little Black Boy
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‘my father sold me’
The Chimney Sweeper
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‘where are you going?/ O do not walk so fast.’
The Little Boy Lost
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‘no father was there.'
The Little Boy Lost
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‘He’d have God for his father, and never want joy.’
The Chimney Sweeper
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‘but God, ever nigh,/ appeared like his father in white.’
The Little Boy Found
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‘Who in sorrow pale, through the lonely dale,/ her little boy weeping sought.’
The Little Boy Found
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‘Sweet smiles, mother’s smiles’
A Cradle Song
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‘I am set to light this ground’
A Dream
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‘Can a father see his child/ weep, nor be with sorrow filled?’
On Another’s Sorrow
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‘Can a mother sit and hear/ an infant groan and an infant fear?’
On Another’s Sorrow
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‘Old John,’ ‘darkening’
The Eccohing Green
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‘Wept for me, for thee, for all’
A Cradle Song
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‘the sun descending in the West’
Night
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‘When wolves and tigers howl for prey’
Night
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‘Come, come, leave off the play, and let us away,/ Till the morning appears in the skies.’
Nurse’s song
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‘taught [...] underneath a tree’
The little Black Boy
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‘Where the youth pined away with desire ,’
Ah, Sunflower
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‘A flower was offered to me’
My Pretty Rose Tree
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‘blushed,’ ‘red’ ‘heart’s delight’
The Angel
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‘crimson joy’
The Sick Rose
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‘I dried my tears’
The Angel
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‘How the youthful harlot’s curse/ Blasts, the new-born infant’s tear.’
London
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‘I saw it was filled with graves.’
The Garden of Love
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'The modest rose puts forth a thorn’
The Lily
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‘Where the youth pined away with desire ,’
Ah, Sunflower
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‘I passed the sweet flower o’er.’
My Pretty Rose Tree
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‘Did he who made the lamb make thee?’
The Tyger
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‘grey hairs were on my head.’
The Angel
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‘armed my fears’
The Angel
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‘and hid from him my heart’s delight.’
The Angel
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‘And your winter and night in disguise’
Nurse’s Song
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‘My face turns green and pale’
Nurse’s Song
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‘they clothed me in the clothes of death’
The Chimney Sweeper
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‘A little black thing among the snow’
The Chimney Sweeper
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‘beasts of prey’
The Little Girl Lost
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‘while the lioness/ loosed her slender dress,’
The Little Girl Lost
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‘Love seeketh only Self to please,’
The Clod and the Pebble
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‘And weeping in the evening dew’
Introduction
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‘fallen, fallen’
Introduction
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‘Night is worn,/ And the morn/ Rise from the slumberous mass.’
Introduction
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‘I was armed, he came in vain’
The Angel
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‘guarded by an angel mild:’
The Angel
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‘All the night in woe/ Lyca’s parents go’
The Little Girl Found
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‘In his arms he bore/ her, armed with sorrow sore;’
The Little Girl Found
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‘a couching lion lay’
The Little Girl Found
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‘silent by them stands’
The Little Girl Found
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‘do father, mother, weep?’
The little Girl Lost
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‘Where I used to play on the green’
The Garden of Love
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‘Nor a thorn nor a threat stain her beauty bright.’
The Lily
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‘For I dance,/ And drink and sing,’
The Fly
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‘Your spring and your day are wasted in play,’
Nurse’s Song
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‘And because I am happy and dance and sing’
The Chimney Sweeper
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‘Is that trembling cry a song?/ Can it be a song of joy?’
Holy Thursday
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‘Love seeketh not itself to please’
The Clod and the Pebble
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‘But my rose turned away with jealousy,/ and her thorns were my only delight.’
My Pretty Rose Tree
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‘blackening church appals’
London
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‘And priests in black gowns were walking their rounds,/ And binding with briars my joys and desires.’
The Garden of Love
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‘What immortal hand or eye/ Could frame thy fearful symmetry?’
The Tyger
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‘And are gone to praise God and His priest and king,/ who made up a heaven of our misery.’
The Chimney Sweeper
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‘A spirit armed in gold./ On his head a crown,’
The Little Girl Lost
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‘Is this a holy thing to see?’
Holy Thursday
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‘mind-forged manacles’
London
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'every’
London
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‘A mark in every face I meet,/ Marks of weakness, marks of woe.’
London
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‘the church is cold’
The Little Vagabond
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‘But the alehouse is healthy, and pleasant and warm.
The Little Vagabond
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‘And ‘Thou shalt not’ writ over the door’
The Garden of Love
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‘Babies reduced to misery,/ Fed with cold and usurious hand.’
Holy Thursday
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‘So many children poor?/ It is a land of poverty!’
Holy Thursday
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‘So sung the little clod of clay,/ Trodden with the cattle’s feet.’
The clod and The Pebble
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‘Break this heavy chain,/ That does freeze my bones around!’
Earth’s Answer
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‘Garden of Love’
The Garden of Love
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‘And tombstones were flowers should be’
The Garden of Love
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‘Tyger, Tyger burning bright/ In the forests of the night,’
The Tyger
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‘Then the morn blushed rosy red.’
The Angel
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‘Little Fly’
The Fly
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‘The invisible worm,’
The Sick Rose
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‘in the howling night’
The Sick Rose
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‘And whisperings are in the dale’
Nurse’s Song
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‘Among tigers wild’
The Little Girl Found
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‘desert wild’ ‘frowning, frowning night,/ O’er this desert bright’
The Little Girl Lost
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‘For where’er the sun does shine,/ And where’er the rain does fall,/ Babe cane never hunger there,’
Holy Thursday
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‘And her locks covered with grey despair.’
Earth’s Answer
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‘O Earth, O Earth return!’
Introduction
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