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The Voice Alone Crying in the Wilderness

Tender and new is the baby born to thee His warm eyes shine through the somber night Filling the pastoral fields with glee Sadly, only for a second, now the plants have become full of blight! Tender and new is the child born to thee His laugh ringing like bells upon the doors of your […] Continue reading

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Unshackled Chains

“I will free from your oppression and will rescue you from your slavery in Egypt” Exodus 6:6 William Blake’s analogy relies on the biblical context that Israel was delivered to freedom from the oppressive enslaving grip of Egypt. The second half of the encryption in Blake’s “The Lagoon” compares then art being delivered from something […] Continue reading

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