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The Diary of Amy Williams

Hi - Im Amy Williams, the girl whose gold-medal-winning skeleton race at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010 projected me into the public view overnight. I never


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Tuskegee Experiment

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Blakes Songs of Innocence


blakes Songs of Innocence

clean, Night, the sun descending in the west, Spring, sound the Flute! The Lambs nearly polar opposite is The Tyger. Its the difference between a feel-good minister waxing warm and fuzzy for Jesus, and a fiery evangelist preaching a hellfire sermon. Blake then states that the lambs creator is none different then the lamb itself. The Lambs introductory lines set the style for what follows: an innocent poem about a amiable lamb and its creator.

Blakes Songs of Innocence
blakes Songs of Innocence

The poem is one of a childs curiosity, untainted conception of creation, and love of all things celestial. The Little Boy Found, the little boy lost in the lonely fen, Laughing Song. On a cloud I saw a child. It is divided into two stanzas, the first containing questions of whom it was who created such a docile creature with clothing of delight (Blake 6). Little Lamb, who made thee? The Fly Little Fly, The Angel I dreamt a Dream! In William Blakes Songs of Innocence and Experience, the gentle lamb and the dire tiger define childhood by setting a contrast between the innocence of youth and the experience of age. Burning bright, My Pretty Rose-Tree A flower was offer'd to me, Ah! In a book that all may read.


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