Blog Posts - William Blake



Twitter for Poetry Lovers: 12 Accounts You Should Follow

In this fast-paced electronic age, poetry is severely undervalued and under read. Luckily, some poetry fans have taken their passion to the interwebs and regularly tweet excerpts from their favorite poems. This list includes only active accounts (i.e...
by Book Riot on Apr 9, 2014

The World’s Most Expensive Books

This is a guest post from NatWest. All book photos from Wikipedia. What with the rise of mobile e-devices, tablets and Kindles, you would be […] Author information Allison Hiltz Allison is a voracious reader, Law & Order aficionado,...
by The Book Whee on Apr 1, 2014

Poezia A Dream|Un vis de William Blake

Once a dream did wave a shadeO'er my angel-guarded bed,That an emmet lost its wayWhen on grass methought I lay.Troubled, 'wildered, and forlorn,Dark, benighted, travel-worn,Over many a tangled spray,All heart-broke, I heard her say:"Oh, my children!
by Povesti pentru copii on Sep 8, 2013

William Blake is …

William Blake Considered mad by contemporaries for his idiosyncratic views, Blake is held in high regard by later critics for his expressiveness and creativity, and for the philosophical and mystical undercurrents within his work. His paintings and p...
by What is this ? on Jul 22, 2013

“….there are things known and things unknown and in between are the Doors……” ~ Jim Morrison

  Even though Jim Morrison was a seriously troubled man with a severe alcohol dependency, there were definitely things he …Continue reading »...

Primavara|Spring de William Blake in engleza

Primavara|Spring de William Blake este  o poezie pentru copii, in care simbolurile primaverii abunda: pasarelele, privighetoarea, ciocarlia, mielul, bucuria, veselia  si copiii.Sound the flute!             &nbs...
by Povesti pentru copii on May 10, 2013

REQUIEM IN THE DARK – Iannozzi Giuseppe

REQUIEM IN THE DARK Iannozzi Giuseppe Dall’archivio mio privatissimo… La brava Margot (testo originale di Georges Brassens; traduzione e adattamento poetico di Iannozzi Giuseppe) Margot, giovane pastorella, tra l’erba alta un bel dì un...
by Iannozzi Giuseppe on May 8, 2013

Summary and Analysis of Ah, Sunflower by William Blake

by Beaming Notes on Apr 6, 2013

On Another’s Sorrow Analysis by William Blake

Very few poems are written from a standpoint of universal feelings, On Another’s Sorrow is one such poem. Readers will find this analysis of On Another’s Sorrow interesting since it highlights the human psychology and Blake’s unders...
by Beaming Notes on Apr 5, 2013

Summary and Analysis of The Little Boy Lost by William Blake

The Little boy lost is one of the toughest poems to analyse! The poem actually is written in two levels of understanding. The poet gives sufficient but extremely fade hints of what actually he means by “the little boy”, “night was d...
by Beaming Notes on Mar 30, 2013

Summary and Analysis of Laughing Song by William Blake

In this article we go through a brief summary of Laughing Song by William Blake. Blake’s works are known to possess sublime thoughts and ideas. He projects ideas emanating from clear imagination which are related to innocence and experience. Th...
by Beaming Notes on Mar 28, 2013

Three Williams: My Life With a Trio of Dead Poets

This is a guest post by Rosie Schaap. She has been a bartender, a fortuneteller, a librarian at a paranormal society, an English teacher, an editor, a preacher, a community organizer, and a manager of homeless shelters. A contributor to This American...
by Book Riot on Jan 24, 2013

Tangled

The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the Eyes of others only a Green thing that stands in the way. Some see Nature all ridicule and deformity, and by these I shall not regulate my proportions; and some scarce see Nature at all. But to the...
by A Little Piece of Me on Jan 15, 2013

Atrium

Cuernavaca Cathedral Atrium “Dip him in the river who loves water.” William Blake "Sumerge en el río a aquel que ama el agua." music+image Thanks for visiting, please be sure that I read each and every one of your...

Post # 20,000: "Can I See..."

"Can I see another's woe,And not be in sorrow too?Can I see another's grief,And not seek for kind relief?Can I see a falling tear,And not feel my sorrow's share?Can a father see his childWeep, nor be with sorrow filled?Can a mother sit and hearAn inf...
by Running 'Cause I Can't Fly on Aug 21, 2012

Artist Profile: The Hitchhiker – South Korean indie outfit goes deep

In William Gibson’s “Pattern Recognition”, a data miner sets out to aggregate and assemble a series of photographs produced by a mysterious creator who may be a sort of Kubrick-esque savant and whose stills elicit profound emotional...
by Music Zeitgeist on Jul 2, 2012

Cada setmana un poema: William Blake i Benjamin Britten

Un poema de l'escriptor anglés William Blake (1757-1827) musicat per Benjamin Britten (1913-1976). No hem trobat cap traducció al valencià del poema.  És impressionant la força expressiva que li atorga la música de Britten als versos de B...
by Llevant Ensemble on Jun 14, 2012

New York Light III

“Energy is eternal delight.” “Some are born to sweet delight, Some are born to endless night.” William Blake THE CURRENT CHALLENGE Fri Jun 01, 2012 This week's challenge:'Grandeur'. music+image Thanks for visiting, please be sur...

Heaven In A Wild Flower

Time spent outside – digging in the soil, nurturing life, feeling the warmth of the sun, and contemplating permaculture and its role as a solution to many of the world’s ills – with Blake’s poetry resonating all the more. Spri...
by Almost All The Truth on May 16, 2012

Saturday Verses: William Blake

The Tyger by William Blake Tyger! Tyger! burning bright In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye Could frame thy fearful symmetry? In what distant deeps or skies Burnt the fire of thine eyes? On what wings … Continue reading ͛...
by Kisses & Chaos on Apr 14, 2012


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