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William Blake (1757–1827).  The Poetical Works.  1908.
 
Selections from ‘Jerusalem’
[The End of the Song of Jerusalem]
 
(Jerusalem, f. 99, ll. 1–5.)

ALL Human Forms identifièd, even Tree, Metal, Earth, and Stone; all
Human Forms identifièd, living, going forth and returning wearied
Into the Planetary lives of Years, Months, Days and Hours; reposing,
And then awaking into His bosom in the Life of Immortality.
And I heard the Name of their Emanations: they are namèd Jerusalem.        5
 
 
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