The Divine Image Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABCB ADAE FBGB HBGB HIJI

To Mercy Pity Peace and LoveA
All pray in their distressB
And to these virtues of delightC
Return their thankfulnessB
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For Mercy Pity Peace and LoveA
Is God our Father dearD
And Mercy Pity Peace and LoveA
Is Man his child and careE
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For Mercy has a human heartF
Pity a human faceB
And Love the human form divineG
And Peace the human dressB
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Then every man of every climeH
That prays in his distressB
Prays to the human form divineG
Love Mercy Pity PeaceB
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And all must love the human formH
In heathen Turk or jewI
Where Mercy Love and Pity dwellJ
There God is dwelling tooI

William Blake



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