"The Garden of love" by William Blake.
"The garden of love" by William Blake is a complex and emotional sonnet beneficiating from a simple but nonetheless effective a/b/a/b rhyme scheme.
The poem starts in a calm and harmonious place where the environment offers a docile but nonetheless cold and humid background in which the reader plunges with a powerful feeling of drowsiness '' I laid upon a bank, where love lay sleeping, heard among the rushes dank, weeping weeping''.
We can here notice the repetition of the word weeping, to reinforce the effect of passive lamentations introduced by the previous lines.
The sentence '' wher…
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