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msnorthcott: In the 18C William Cobbett, founder of The Lancet, author of Rural Rides, MP etc, protested the Hanoverian flogging of soldiers in Lincoln & was jailed for 2 years in Newark Prison for his troubles. William Blake was also charged with sedition. Britain is going backwards….

Patrici40783255: “it is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend “ William Blake. tags: betrayal disappointment

Deek: Catherine Blake, wife of William. What a lovely countenance.

shaunrambles: "Love's Secret" by William Blake

muscomusic: "He who will not live by love must be subdued by fear." -William Blake

brentbill: “I think William Blake was right about the purpose of humanity; we are here to learn to bear the beams of love. ... we are meant to bring new love into the world, to be birthers of love.” -Gerald G. May, The Awakened Heart (HarperOne reprint ed., 1993), p. 1

jackbremer: Crikey, our 8yr old is studying William Blake's "The Tyger " poem - it's utterly bonkers. So far we've had to consult Alexa, Wikipedia and this site to even begin to comprehend what he's banging on about.


artist_blake: William Blake, The Lord Answering Job out of the Whirlwind, 1825

Ginsbergpoem: William Blake notes from Allen Ginsberg continues. today- a basic primer for Book Three of Blake's The Four Zoas -

GreggJLevine: It’s the eternal battle between William Blake and Dirty Harry: “A man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s heaven for?” vs. “A man’s got to know his limitations.”

artist_blake: William Blake, Dante Striking against Bocca Degli Abati, 1826

canticling: William Blake is the only British person who knew what religion should be

faisalalshoipi: Sendak is in search of what he calls a "yummy death". William Blake set the standard, jumping up from his death bed at the last minute to start singing. "A ♕•ﻜٕوِدٓ•♕ ممتتااز وففعاال $ﺧٕٓصٍٓم$ سَّٔتَََٔأَََئََلُٔيٰٕٓ WM

artist_blake: William Blake, Job’s Despair, 1825

megansvisuals: William Blake

8EyedEel: I approached this villager thinking he has a quest but instead he started rambling about William Blake

artist_blake: William Blake, Then the Lord Answered Job out of the Whirlwind, from Illustrations of the Book of Job, 1825

DanielPoppick: Hi this is my podcast & today I'm going to be talking to brand icon William Blake whose Visions of the Daughters of Albion changed the way we envisioned the Daughters of Albion forever

Blake_Society: Catherine Blake died on this day in 1831. Inspired by her importance in William's life and work, we've themed the second issue of our journal, VALA, around gender and invisible (female) bodies. We're really looking forward to sharing it with you, on Sunday 28 November.

NgvThing: The Pit of Disease: Gianni Schicchi and Myrrha (1824-1827) William BLAKE

Giulia_Fear: *.✧。*゚The Moon, like a flower in heaven’s high bower, with silent delight sits and smiles on the night.*.✧。*゚ (William Blake)

SteveLeoGrace1: Never seek to tell thy love, Love that never told can be; For the gentle wind doth move Silently, invisibly..... William Blake

artist_blake: William Blake, Colinet with his Shepherd’s Pipe, Mocked by Two Boys, 1821

Hypnogoria: A drop of dream fuel - The number of the beast is 666 by William Blake

barry_pike: Why, for crying out loud, are there no good gifs featuring the artwork of William Blake.

artist_blake: William Blake, The Book of Job: Pl. 8, Let the Day perish wherein I was Born, 1825

ungeratelier: William Blake's printing process

_oldgameboy: You could argue that poetry is the reason the world is in the correct state that it is. “The religions of all nations are derived from each nation’s different reception of the poetic genius." - William Blake

nmcnoel: A fool sees not the same tree that a wise man sees. -William Blake

JosephAugustini: I just finished rereading William Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience. I was delighted to find a great deal more relatability to the work than the first time I read it as a Freshman in University.

artist_blake: William Blake, And Smote Job with Sore Boils from the Sole of His Foot to the Crown of His Head (The Book of Job), 1821

mothlais: oberon, titania and puck with fairies dancing, william blake, 1786

tikiram18: “In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy.” — William Blake FRANKI FOR MissUUAE TOP30

STMKTS: “The bird a nest, the spider a web, [ & of ] man; friendship.” ― William Blake, Proverbs of Hell [E]

GreatestQuotes: Gratitude is heaven itself - William Blake

finnonna: Bon dia! Asia A. Kelly. Ladder. Inspired by the brilliant William Blake etching entitled, “I Want!”.

SmaragdinaVisio: ABADDON …or Apollyon, in Revelations the King of an army of locusts, released from the bottomless pit to torment mankind. In Christianity he is generally considered a devil, but some sects say he’s an angel of god, or even Christ after his resurrection. Art: William Blake

Ginsbergpoem: William Blake notes from Allen Ginsberg continues. Ginsberg presents a basic primer for Book Three of Blake's The Four Zoas -

mariemarie2222: I'll see you later… William Blake (English poet, painter, and printmaker,1757-1827) Our time is Fix'd, and all our are Number'd

2l3DnUXTnARw1OK: For Mercy has a human heart, Pity a human face, And Love, the human form divine, And Peace, the human dress. William Blake

R_R_Rajput1: Think in the morning. Act in the noon. Eat in the evening. Sleep in the night. -William Blake

Augthe23Rey: William Blake Richmond (1842-1921) | The Gods at Play | 19th century | Oil on canvas

goodwisepeople: A truth that's told with bad intent Beats all the lies you can invent. - William Blake

MrEwanMorrison: Hard to believe - at the time of William Blake's death (1827) he had sold fewer than 30 copies of his illustrated book of poetry "Songs of Innocence and of Experience". It inspired the Pre-Raphaelites & later Aldous Huxley & 60s counterculture - Ginsberg, Bob Dylan & Jim Morrison

maggiepdf: i've found the most upsetting painting ever it's nebuchadnezzar by william blake

the_dailydraw: From an original drawing by William Blake.

StephenFrug: It turns out that Northrop Frye once appeared in Marvel Comics, and discussed Harold Bloom & William Blake with The Beast. (via Facebook)

RealEmirHan: “Tiger Tiger burning bright, In the forests of the night: What immortal hand or eye, Dare frame thy fearful symmetry?” WILLIAM BLAKE “The Tiger”

cracked_oyster: Straight men LOVE William Blake

CBR: Eternals director Chloé Zhao explains how she used a photo of sand and a poem by William Blake to land the Marvel gig.

jujinmooh: [명언]The busy bee has no time for sorrow. (William Blake)

HegelianHusband: William Blake's work is presuppositional and the basis for all possible textural thought so there's no need at all to look at other paintings in the first place

Barrrrette: “A mark in every face I meet. Marks of weakness, marks of woe” -William Blake

sethdrealisssm: The bird a nest, the spider a web, man friendship. William Blake SETHDREA PMPC POWERTANDEM

artist_blake: William Blake, Plate 4 of ‘Visions of the Daughters of Albion’, 1795

MiranteDaniel: Bring me my bow of burning gold! Bring me my arrows of desire! Bring me my spear: O clouds unfold! Bring me my chariot of fire! I will not cease from mental fight Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand Till we have built Jerusalem In England's green and pleasant land -William Blake

artist_blake: Illustration to Milton`s Comus, 1820

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ElliottBlackwe3: One of Maurice Sendak's biggest influences was William Blake. Sendak spoke of Blake: The Songs of Innocence & the Songs of Experience tell you all about what it is to be a child—not childish, but a child inside your adult self—and how much better a person you are for being such.

ElleChorongAP: "If a thing loves, it is infinite." — William Blake

NgvThing: Colinet's fond desire strange lands to know 1820-1821 William BLAKE

HerdadeFozdaRep: “Great things are done when men and mountains meet.” — William Blake

YogiScottL: The person who never alters their opinion is like standing water, and breeds reptiles of the mind. ~ William Blake

artist_blake: William Blake, Thenot Remonstrates with Colinet, 1821

phcminds: The Fairy Dance by Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach (1895), Dancing Fairies by August Malmström (1866), Fairies of the Meadow by Nils Blommér (1850) & Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing by William Blake (1786)

RickLondonGreen: The bird a nest, the spider a web, man friendship. ~William Blake

UnixFortuneBot: No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings. -- William Blake

artist_blake: William Blake, The Just Upright Man is Laughed to Scorn (The Book of Job), 1821

supercyclist: One of the greatest poets in the English language, William Blake was largely unrecognized during his active years as a human being. Blake very influential for a young lad. pure legend. the world's first true hippie

riteshwriter: I need not defend Kirby because my entire TL is doing it, so I will just state once more that I wish he'd drawn some of William Blake's stuff. Now that would've been supremely rad.

walesnewnat: William Blake’s cottage in Felpham is now going on the Heritage At Risk register. Which actually is very helpful as it opens up more grant opportunities.

rubytrubes: Thinking about when someone left this old doll on William Blake’s grave. He’d have liked that

HorrifiedMag: Making the case that English poet, artist, visionary and radical, William Blake (1757-1827), has one foot planted firmly in the horror tradition...

coffeesbae: Back to ‘The Chimney Sweeper’ by William Blake and felt the sadness again :’)

GSWSyndicate: It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend. ~William Blake

AbdulsatarBoch1: Blue Origin's rocket New Shepard blasts off carrying Star Trek actor William Shatner, 90, on billionaire Jeff Bezos's company's second suborbital tourism flight as part of a four-person crew near Van Horn, Texas, October 13. REUTERS/Mike Blake

ShoobyBot_a3: In a large bowl, mix the William and Parker. Remove half of the Blake for basting, and set the remaining aside.

ElleChorongAP: "If a thing loves, it is infinite." — William Blake

artist_blake: William Blake, Nebuchadnezzar, 1795

jonmsweeney: William Blake's house

artist_blake: William Blake, Thenot and Colinet at Supper, 1821

artist_blake: William Blake, The Book of Job: Pl. 9, Then a Spirit passed before my face / the hair of my flesh stood up, 1825

artist_blake: William Blake, The Blasphemer, 1800

THEJohnMcNee: Tonight I watched GUNN (1967) directed by Blake Edwards from a screenplay by William Peter Blatty (!) I've never watched the PETER GUNN TV series, but this was a very entertaining little thriller. And the dialogue fairly crackles.

AcquaNially: “ Invent your own mythology or be a slave to another man’s.” - William Blake

artist_blake: William Blake, Plate 3 of ‘Urizen’: Oh! Flames of Furious Desires’

artist_blake: William Blake, "I have heard thee with the hearing of the Ear,", 18th-19th century

drtigerjoseph: William Blake it is.

artist_blake: William Blake, Beatrice Addressing Dante from the Car, 1824

metaproem: The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom... You never know what is enough until you know what is more than enough. - William Blake, Proverbs of Hell

mnshomkae: william blake, inventor of yaoi hands

ElleChorongAP: "If a thing loves, it is infinite." — William Blake

CrystalRoca: artist-blake: The Ancient of Days, 1794, William Blake Medium: etching,pen,ink,watercolor,paper

GSWSyndicate: You never know what is enough, until you know what is more than enough. ~William Blake, Proverbs of Hell

lmauricecpr: The DOJ announced that civil rights charges will not be pursued against Kenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey, who fired seven shots at Jacob Blake last year, partially paralyzing him. The United States Department of Justice is broken.

AstriCompany: ‘Prudence is a rich ugly old maid, and her beau is insolvency.’ William Blake

groyper_nick: Wanting to become a catholic because it is "trad" overall puts you closer to the "ideal" christian life than quoting William Blake and Emmanuel Swedenborg in order to say that banging your girlfriend (who you happen to be married with) puts you in complete harmony with Jesus.

SuePrinceArtist: Folk art Calendar 2022 May is William Blake’s Tyger Tyger. The calendars are £20 each or £38 for two inc P&p from

27dots_: It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend. ― William Blake

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