Материал из Wikilivres.ru
- Википедия:w:en:Holy Thursday (Songs of Experience)
- ВикискладCategory:Songs of Experience - Holy Thursday
- The Divine Image / Божественный образ / По образу и подобию / Божественное подобие
- Songs of Innocence by William Blake, 1789 / Песни невинности Уильяма Блейка, 1789
- Songs of Experience by William Blake, 1794 / Песни опыта Уильяма Блейка, 1794
- A Divine Image — the poem by William Blake written and engraved in c. 1791-94 and possibly intended for Songs of Experience; however, it was not included in the cycle.
Songs of Innocence by William Blake
The Divine Image.
To Mercy Pity Peace and Love,
All pray in their distress:
And to these virtues of delight
Return their thankfulness.
5 For Mercy Pity Peace and Love,
Is God our father dear:
And Mercy Pity Peace and Love,
Is Man his child and care.
For Mercy has a human heart
10 Pity, a human face:
And Love, the human form divine,
And Peace, the human dress.
Then every man of every clime,
That prays in his distress,
15 Prays to the human form divine
Love Mercy Pity Peace.
And all must love the human form,
In heathen, turk or jew.
Where Mercy, Love & Pity dwell,
20 There God is dwelling too
Songs of Experience by William Blake
A DIVINE IMAGE
Cruelty has a Human Heart
And Jealousy a Human Face
Terror, the Human Form Divine
And Secrecy, the Human Dress
5 The Human Dress, is forged Iron
The Human Form, a fiery Forge.
The Human Face, a Furnace seal'd
The Human Heart, its hungry Gorge.