Friday, January 3, 2003

The Human Abstract Comments

Rating: 3.0
Pity would be no more
If we did not make somebody Poor;
And Mercy no more could be
If all were as happy as we.


mrs no name 06 October 2020
any body read the giver it goes perfectly with this
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bobby 15 January 2020
i like it. it is so create. So keep the good work up
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no name 15 January 2020
hey this was to day :)
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ifham 06 August 2018
does that mean that we have to make people poor in order to have pity
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Gladys 26 May 2019
In a way. But I think it is more trying to say that we wouldn't need to have pity " if we did not make somebody poor" . At first I read it like it was someone's excuse for creating poverty but it now to me sounds more like pity is a short term solution to poverty and William Blake is trying to get us to realise that it should be stopped.
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Erick Esquivel 03 December 2015
Can anyone explain why William spelled caterpillar incorrectly? I've checked several sites and noticed it is spelled wrong in all of them. Anyone know why? This is an amazing poem though.
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Solomon Senxer 13 September 2019
oops! I thought it was a typo by poemhunter! Thanks for the info in a way of a question.
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Merna Ibrahim 19 February 2010
Personally, I can't say anything except 'William Blake is a real artist & poet! ! '. While reading your poems, I realize and understand the real meaning of poetry. 10 Indeed. Merna...
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