Commentary:The Divine Image from the Songs of Innocence by William Blake
"Love neighbor as you love yourself". This is one of the three great commandments of the Lord God. It is a quality of love, mercy, pity and peace. Human beings should acquire this sign of peace and respect for one another. These moral fibers are key traits of the divine image that is God. The Divine Image written by William Blake is more or less considered a 'teaching' of the good, perhaps a lesson for all human forms to acknowledge. Blake's poem for the innocence is expressed as simple pastoral language. Through certain literary techniques does Blake portray the qualities of the d…
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