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Soullover27A: I am in you and you in me, mutual in divine love. – William Blake

ddoniolvalcroze: William Blake (1757-1827)

laovejanegra___: A William Blake's vision...

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

QuotesByArtists: I myself do nothing. The Holy Spirit accomplishes all through me. -William Blake

doananan9: In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy. William Blake

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

leomofo69: Its a poison tree! Its a poem written by William Blake, published in 1794. Depicts the value of not holding bad feelings inside. In the poem, he suggests that sharing your bad feelings with the one you are angry about will cause the ill will to disappear.

dochuckster: (the last days of william blake) and he lived out his last days reading writing poetry listening to the music play sounds something like amazing grace

dochuckster: But to the Eyes of the Man of Imagination, Nature is Imagination itself. As a man is, So he Sees. As the Eye is formed, such are its Powers.. - William Blake

dochuckster: Damn sneerers!) Children of the future Age Reading this indignant page, Know that in a former time Love! sweet Love! was thought a crime. - William Blake

dochuckster: This life's dim windows of the soul Distorts the heavens from pole to pole And leads you to believe a lie When you see with, not through, the eye. - William Blake

ArmitsteadJ: The canonisation of our local saint, John Henry Newman takes place today in Rome. In Littlemore, we claim him for our own, but it's a bit like denizens of Soho attempting to keep a controlling interest in William Blake. Both extraordinary, controversial and luminous figures.

Dr_Khan: It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend. - William Blake

arthurkflam: William Blake

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

Toxiclollipopp: to see a world in a grain of sand hold in finity in the palm of your hand “William Blake”

Blake2_0: The dark satanic mills of the post Indian trade prawn farms. "Daughters of Beulah! Muses who inspire the Poets Song Record the journey of immortal Milton thro' your Realms" Milton a Poem in 2 Books, William Blake.

wwallace: “Everything is an attempt to be human” This is a little, uh, darker than the usual incandescent tiger affair that William Blake is known for.

CXAmezquita: What means the William Blake's quote: "If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite."?, means that Truth is ever present but we lack trained perception (understanding) to see it.

6_Sense_Media: * "Great things happen when men and mountains meet." ~ William Blake

Jnos24451490: Life is through the Five Windows of the Spirit You don't see, only your distorted world, And he would hate a liar world, If only through your eyes and not through your eyes You see what the night, In the flood of light, the soul's dream is deep. William Blake

cfburch4: Blake in Lambeth: A few years ago, mosaic artists reproduced some of William Blake's illustrations and installed them throughout the Lambeth section of London. This scene was heartbreaking because it looked like a…

sarahguestperry: "Immortals who fall into the Abyss." 1794. British. William Blake, artist (1757-1827). via

mcampbellblog: William Blake famously said that those who control their passions due so because their passions are so weak they can be controlled! True. In today's blog post, I discuss the passion needed to transcend a life of mediocrity and onto a life of wealth. Click:

alexandra_balm: Tara McLeod calls himself a craftsman. In my mind he is an inspired artist. Much like William Blake.

ElthamWriting: Despite the presence of a screaming, truculent 3-year-old (my own), I very much enjoyed the Tate's William Blake exhibition. You, dear reader, should go. Probably best to leave your toddler at home, though.

adambecket: William Blake with the original diss track

syrmotish: The moon, like a flower In heaven's high bower, With silent delight Sits and smiles on the night. William Blake

Poem of the day

Town Eclogues: Tuesday; St. James's Coffee-House
 by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu

THOU so many favours hast receiv'd,
Wondrous to tell, and hard to be believ'd,
Oh ! H---- D, to my lays attention lend,
Hear how two lovers boastingly contend ;
Like thee successful, such their bloomy youth,
Renown'd alike for gallantry and truth.


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