The Poet Speaks #6: Yeats & Blake

5 thoughts on “The Poet Speaks #6: Yeats & Blake”

  1. Thank you, thank you. What beautiful language. Blake’s is so relevant today.
    My favorites of Blake are Auguries of Innocence which begins with “To see a World in a Grain of Sand” and his Tyger Tyger burning bright…

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  2. I haven’t been by your blog in a quite a while, so just now I spent a very pleasant hour sipping French roast and catching up a bit. Excellent post this, and so were the others. I thought I might start your day with a kind word since you started my day with so many thought provoking ones. Cheers!

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  3. Cheers Robert, a belated thank you for this great comment. It’s fun finally grabbing all these scattered quotes & putting them together. I hope you like the future posts just as much.

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