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William Blake was an English poet, painter and printmaker.

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List of poems by William Blake 138 total

A Poison Tree
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The Clod and the Pebble
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The Tyger
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To Morning 467 ViewsRate it
Jerusalem: England! awake! awake! awake!
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The Chimney Sweeper: A Little Black Thing Among The Snow
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The Voice of the Ancient Bard
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Holy Thursday (Experience)
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Cradle Song
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Mock On, Mock On, Voltaire, Rousseau
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Several Questions Answered
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The Fly
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Never Seek to Tell thy Love
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England! awake! awake! awake!
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A Dream
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The Little Black Boy
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To See
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The Human Abstract
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The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
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Why Was Cupid a Boy
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Eternity
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter VI
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A Song
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The Sky is an Immortal Tent Built by the Sons of Los (from
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Earth's Answer
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Infant Sorrow
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The Blossom 177 ViewsRate it
The Angel
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Love and Harmony
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A War Song to Englishmen
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The Lily
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Devine Image
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The Invocation
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The Schoolboy
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Why Should I Care for the Men of Thames 172 ViewsRate it
The Little Boy Found
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Ah Sunflower
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Broken Love
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I Rose Up at the Dawn of Day
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Love's Secret
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Songs Of Innocence: Introduction
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Silent, Silent Night
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The Garden of Love
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You Don't Believe
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter I
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Fair Elanor
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I Heard an Angel
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To Autumn
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The Lamb 154 ViewsRate it
To Tirzah
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The Birds
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To the Muses
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On Another's Sorrow
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Reeds of Innocence
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The French Revolution (excerpt)
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Milton: The Sky is an Immortal Tent Built by the Sons of Los
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A Little Boy Lost
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter II
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The Shepherd 137 ViewsRate it
The Four Zoas (excerpt)
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To Winter
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I Saw a Chapel 135 ViewsRate it
The Sick Rose
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An Imitation of Spenser
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The Tiger
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Gwin King of Norway
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Infant Joy 130 ViewsRate it
Auguries of Innocence
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London
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Mad Song
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America, A Prophecy
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Songs Of Experience: Introduction
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The Crystal Cabinet
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The Grey Monk
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Proverbs of Hell (Excerpt from The Marriage of Heaven and H
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Hear the Voice of the Bard
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Three Things to Remember 126 ViewsRate it
From Milton: And did those feet
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Preludium to Europe
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To The Accuser Who is The God of This World
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A Little Girl Lost
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Nurse's Song (Innocence)
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The Echoing Green
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I see the Four-fold Man
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But in the Wine-presses the Human Grapes Sing not nor Dance
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The Book of Urizen (excerpts)
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The Little Vagabond
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The Land of Dreams
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To Thomas Butts
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The Angel that presided o'er my birth
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Milton: And did those feet in ancient time
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A Cradle Song
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To Spring
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Holy Thursday (Innocence)
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The Two Songs
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And Did Those Feet In Ancient Time
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Sleep! Sleep! Beauty Bright
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The Book of Urizen: Preludium
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Milton: But in the Wine-presses the Human Grapes Sing not nor Dance
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A Divine Image 100 ViewsRate it
The Book of Thel
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To Nobodaddy 100 ViewsRate it
Introduction to the Songs of Innocence
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Samson
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter V
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The Caverns of the Grave I've Seen
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Laughing Song
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My Pretty Rose Tree
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The Little Girl Lost
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Jerusalem
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Spring
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My Spectre Around Me Night and Day
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The Question Answered 89 ViewsRate it
If It Is True What the Prophets Write
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Song: Memory, hither come
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter III
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The Everlasting Gospel
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Hear the Voice
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Night
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The New Jerusalem
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Piping Down the Valleys Wild
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Day
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How Sweet I Roam'd
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter IV
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To the Evening Star
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To Summer
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The Song of Los
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The Wild Flower's Song
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter IX
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The Little Boy Lost
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When Klopstock England Defied
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Now Art Has Lost Its Mental Charms
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Jerusalem: I see the Four-fold Man, The Humanity in deadly sleep
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter VII
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The Divine Image
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The Book of Urizen: Chapter VIII
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The Little Girl Found
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Song
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