Songs of Experience

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Songs of Experience  (1794) 
by William Blake

Songs of Experience was appended to Blake's earlier Songs of Innocence, and reissued with a new title page, "Songs of Innocence and Experience". Some poems titles are found in both works.


Blake's title plate (No.29) for Songs of Experience
  1. Introduction
  2. Earth's Answer
  3. The Clod and the Pebble
  4. Holy Thursday
  5. The Little Girl Lost
  6. The Little Girl Found
  7. The Chimney Sweeper
  8. Nurse's Song
  9. The Sick Rose
  10. The Fly
  11. The Angel
  12. The Tyger
  13. My Pretty Rose Tree
  14. Ah! Sun-flower
  15. The Lily
  16. The Garden of Love
  17. The Little Vagabond
  18. London
  19. The Human Abstract
  20. Infant Sorrow
  21. A Poison Tree
  22. A Little Boy Lost
  23. A Little Girl Lost
  24. To Tirzah
  25. The Schoolboy
  26. The Voice of the Ancient Bard

This work published before January 1, 1923 is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.