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“The fool who persists in his folly will become wise.”
William Blake, The Complete Poetry and Prose
“That which can be made Explicit to the idiot is not worth my care.”
William Blake, The Complete Poetry and Prose
“IV   The bounded is loathed by its possessor. The same dull round even of a universe would soon become a mill with complicated wheels.

V   If the many become the same as the few, when possess'd, More! More! is the cry of a mistaken soul, less than All cannot satisfy Man.

VI   If any could desire what he is incapable of possessing, despair must be his eternal lot.

VII   The desire of Man being Infinite the possession is Infinite & himself Infinite.”
William Blake, The Complete Poetry and Prose
“speak silence with thy glimmering eyes, And wash the dusk with silver.”
William Blake, Complete Works of William Blake
“Eternity is in love with the productions of time. The busy bee has no time for sorrow. The hours of folly are measur’d by the clock, but of wisdom: no clock can measure.”
William Blake, Complete Works of William Blake
“The busy bee has no time for sorrow. The hours of folly are measur’d by the clock, but of wisdom: no”
William Blake, Complete Works of William Blake
“Excess of sorrow laughs. Excess of joy weeps.”
William Blake, Complete Works of William Blake
“I am really sorry to see my Countrymen trouble themselves about Politics. If Men were Wise, the Most arbitrary Princes could not hurt them. If they are not wise, the Freest Government is compell'd to be a Tyranny. Princes appear to me to be Fools. Houses of Commons & Houses of Lords appear to me to be fools; they seem to me to be something Else besides Human life.”
William Blake, Complete Writings
“To create a little flower is the labor of ages.”
William Blake, The Complete Poetry and Prose