To H—— (Thy Friendship oft has made my heart to ake)
THY friendship oft has made my heart to ache:
Do be my enemy—for friendship’s sake.
Thy Friendship oft has made my heart to ake
Do be my Enemy for Friendships sake
- The Poetical Works of William Blake, including the unpublished French Revolution together with the Minor Prophetic Books and Selections from The Four Zoas, Milton & Jerusalem; edited with an introduction and textual notes by John Sampson, Hon. D.Litt. Oxon., 1862–1931. London, New York: Oxford University Press, 1908.
- "The Complete Poetry & Prose of William Blake", ed. by David V. Erdman, Anchor Books, 1988, p. 506.