"And did those feet in ancient time"
Book the First
Book the Second
Jerusalem: The Emanation of The Giant Albion
To the Public
To the Jews
"The fields from Islington to Marybone"
To the Deists
"I saw a Monk of Charlemaine"
To the Christians
"I give you the end of a golden string"
"I stood among my valleys of the south"
For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise
Prologue "Mutual Forgiveness of each Vice"
The Keys of the Gates
Epilogue To The Accuser who is The God of This World
On Homers Poetry
The Ghost of Abel
II. PROPHETIC WORKS, UNENGRAVED
The French Revolution
The Four Zoas
Vala Night the First
Vala Night the Second
Vala Night the Third
Vala Night the Fourth
Vala Night the Fifth
Vala Night the Sixth
Vala Night the Seventh
Vala Night the Eighth
Vala Night the Ninth Being The Last Judgment
III. POETICAL SKETCHES
To the Evening Star
Song "How sweet I roam'd from field to field"
Song "My silks and fine array"
Song "Love and harmony combine"
Song "I love the jocund dance"
Song "Memory, hither come"
Song "Fresh from the dewy hill, the merry year"
Song "When early morn walks forth in sober grey"
To the Muses
Gwin, King of Norway
An Imitation of Spen ser
King Edward the Third
"O sonds of Trojan Brutus, cloath'd in war"
Prologue, intended for a dramatic piece of King Edward the Fourth
Prologue to King John
A War Song to Englishmen
The Couch of Death
"the She bore Pale desire..."
"Woe cried the muse..."
IV. AN ISLAND IN THE MOON
"Little Phebus came strutting in"
"Honour & Genius is all I ask"
"When old corruption first begun"
"Hear then the pride & knowledge of a Sailor"
"Phebe drest like beauties Queen"
"Lo the Bat with Leathern wing"
"I cry my matches as far as Guild hall"
"As I walkd forth one may morning"
"This frog he would a wooing ride"
"Fa ra so bo ro"
"Hail Matrimony made of Love"
"To be or not to be"
"This city & this country has brought forth many mayors"
"Upon a holy thursday thier innocent faces clean"
"When the tongues of children are heard on the green"
"O father father where are you going"
"O I say you Joe"
"Leave O leave me to my sorrows"
"Theres Doctor Clash"
"A crowned king"
V. SONGS AND BALLADS
Song 1st by a Shepherd
Song 3rd by an Old Shepherd
"Never pain to tell thy love"
"I feard the fury of my wind"
"I saw a chapel all of gold"
"I laid me down upon a bank"
A cradle song
"I asked a thief to steal me a peach"
To my Mirtle
To go on 1 Plate
"O lapwing thou fliest around the heath"
An answer to the parson
Experiment "Thou hast a lap full of seed"
"If you trap the moment before its ripe"
"I heard an Angel singing"
"Silent Silent Night"
"Are not the joys of morning sweeter"
"How came pride in Man"
How to know Love from Deceit
The wild flowers Song
"Why Should I care for the men of thames"
"The sword sung on the barren heath"
"Abstinence sows sand all over"
"In a wife I would desire"
"An old maid early eer I knew"
Several Questions Answered
"He who binds to himself a joy"
"The look of love alarms"
"Soft deceit & Idleness"
"What is it men in women do require"
An ancient Proverb
"My Spectre around me night & day"
Postscript "Oer my Sins Thou sit & moan"
"Mock on Mock on Voltaire Rousseau"
"Terror in the house does roar"
"Why was Cupid a Boy"
"Now Art has lost its mental Charms"
To the Queen
"The Caverns of the Grave I've seen"
"I rose up at the dawn of day"
"A fairy skipd upon my knee"
"Around the Springs of Gray my wild root weaves"
To M' Ann Flaxman
The Pickering Manuscript
The Golden Net
The Mental Traveller
The Land of Dreams
The Crystal Cabinet
The Grey Monk
Augusries of Innocence
An Editorial Arrangement
Long John Brown & Little Mary Bell
Mr Blake's Nursery Rhyme
VI. SATIRIC VERSES AND EPIGRAMS
Motto to the Songs of Innocence & of Experience
"Let the Brothels of Paris be opened"
"Who will exchange his own fire side"
"When Klopstock England defied"
On the Virginity of the Virgin Mary & Johanna Southcott
"You don't believe I won't attempt to make ye"
"If it is True What the Prophets write"
"I am no Homers Hero you all know"
"The Angel that resided oer my birth"
"Some Men created for destruction come"
"If I eer Grow to Mans Estate"
"If Men will act like a maid smiling over a Churn"
"Anger & Wratch my bosom rends"
"He is a Cock would"
"And his legs carried it like a long fork"
"Was I angry with Hayley who used me so ill"
Blakes apology for his Catalogue
"Cosway Frazer & Baldwin of Egypt Lake"
"My title as a Genius thus is provd"
"P————loved me not as he lovd his Friends"
"The Sussex Men are Noted Fools"
"Of H s birth this was the happy lot"
On H————ys Friendship
On H————the Pick thank
Imitation of Pope A Compliment to the Ladies
William Cowper Esq
"The only Man that eer I knew"
"Madman I have been calld Fool they call thee"
"He's a Blockhead who wants a proof of what he Can't Percieve"
To Nancy F———
"S——— in Childhood on the Nursery floor"
"He has observed the Golden Rule"
"old acquaintance well renew"
On F——— & S———
M' Cromek to M' Stothard
"Cr———— loves artists as he loves his Meat"
"A Petty sneaking Knave I knew"
English Encouragement of Art First reading
English Encouragement of Art Final reading
"When you look at a picture you always can see"
The Cunning sures & the Aim at yours
"All Pictures thats Panted with Sense & with Thought"
"You say their Pictures well Painted be"
"The Errors of a Wise Man make your Rule"
"Great things are done when Men & Mountain meet"
"If you play a Game of Chance know before you begin"
"No real Style of Colouring ever appears"
"Can there by any thing more mean"
"Sir Joshua Praises Michael Angelo"
"Sir Joshua praised Rubens with a Smile"
A Pitiful Case
To the Royal Academy
"The Cripple every step Drudges & labours"
"I Rubens am a Statesman & a Saint"
To English Connoisseurs
"Swelld limbs, with no outline that you can descry"
A Pretty Epigram for the Entertainment...
"These are the Idiots chiefest arts"
"Rafael Sublime Majestic Graceful Wise"
On the Great Encouragement...
"Give pensions to the Learned Pig"
"When I see a Rubens Rembrant Correggio"
"Delicate Hands & Heads will never appear"
"I aksd my Dear Friend Orator Prigg"
"o dear Mother outline of knowledge most sage"
To Venetian Artists
"Great Men & Fools do often me Inspire"
"Some people admire the work of a Fool"
"Her whole Life is an Epigram smack smooth & nobly pend"
"When a Man has Married a Wife"
"Grown old in Love from Seven till Seven times Seven"
"The Hebrew Nation did not write it"
"Since all the Riches of this World"
"To Choles breast young Cupid slily stole"
"Nail his neck to the Cross nail it with a nail"
"A Woman Scaly & a Man all Hairy"
The Washer Womans Song