I fear'd the fury of my wind
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|From Blake’s Notebook (c.1793), p. 113 reversed. See also: Songs and Ballads.|
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I fear’d the fury of my wind
Would blight all blossoms fair & true,
And my sun it shin’d & shin’d,
And my wind it never blew.
But a blossom fair or true
Was not found on any tree;
For all blossoms grew & grew
Fruitless, false, tho’ fair to see.
|This work published before January 1, 1923 is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.|