William Blake selected poems

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"tender plants are striped".
The schoolboy- (inn)
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"white as an angel is the English child...but i am black as if bereaved of light".
The little black boy- (inn)
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"little ones weary...no more can be merry."
The Ecchoing Green- (inn)
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"weep,weep,weep."
The Chimney Sweeper-(inn)
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"how can the bird who is born for joy ....sit in a cage and sing?"
The School boy-(inn)
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"the beams of love"
The little black boy
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"merry bells" "make happy" "cheerful sound"
The Ecchoing green-(inn)
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"Your chimney i sweep, and in soot i sleep"
The chimney sweeper-(inn)
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"Oh! it drives all joy away"
The school boy-(inn)
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"i am black but O! my soul is white"
The little black boy-(inn)
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"and sport no more seen...On the darkening green."
The Ecchoing green-(inn)
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"locked up in coffins of black"
The chinmney sweeper-(inn)
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"A little black thing among the snow"
The Chimney sweeper-(exp)
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"thou shalt not"
The Garden of love-(exp)
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"the church is cold"
The little vagabond-(exp)
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"Marks of weakness, marks of woe"
London-(exp)
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"crying weep,weep in notes of woe"
The Chimney sweeper-(exp)
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"Filled with graves and tombstones where flowers should be"
The Garden of Love-(exp)
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"The ale house is healthy, pleasant, and warm."
The little vagabond-(exp)
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"Mind-fordged manacles"
London-(exp)
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"they taught me to sing in notes of woe"
The Chimney sweeper-(exp)
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"chimney sweeper's cry"
London-(exp)
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"they think they have done me no injury"
The Chimney sweeper-(exp)
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"the chapel was built...where is used to play on the green."
The Garden of Love-(exp)
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"clothes of death"
The Chimney sweeper-(exp)
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Card 2

Front

"white as an angel is the English child...but i am black as if bereaved of light".

Back

The little black boy- (inn)

Card 3

Front

"little ones weary...no more can be merry."

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

"weep,weep,weep."

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

"how can the bird who is born for joy ....sit in a cage and sing?"

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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