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|1900 Beecher, Henry Ward 1813–87 American Congregational preacher and |
orator Flowers are the sweetest things God ever ... 1972 Blake, William 1757–
1827 English poet, painter, and engraver To create a little flower is the labor of
|Gardening encyclopedias and seed catalogs make great references. Filler |
flowers should be placed purposefully so as not to detract from the main flowers
in your design. “To create a little flower is the labor of ages.” 5 Filler Flowers ...
|Special thanks goes to Tricia Tang for her inspiring flowers; Jim Paul, Kathy |
Evans, and Francis Bowles who all worked wonders with the text; and Elvis Swift
for his beautiful calligraphy. ... To create a little flower is the labor of ages.
|To create a little flower is the labor of ages. William Blake When I was little, I used |
to think my dad raked the maple leaves into a big pile so that we kids could dive
into it and play. In those days, I thought the wheelbarrow that accompanied him ...
|Star Papers A Discourse on Flowers (p. 100) Flowers are the sweetest things |
God ever made and forgot to put a soul into. Life Thoughts (p. 234) Blake, William
To create a little flower is the labor of ages. The Complete Poetry and Prose of ...
|"To create a little flower," wrote William Blake, "is the labor of ages." If you live in |
an urban area, the place to learn this sweet lesson is your local community
garden — and it definitely needs your help. Of all public spaces, these are often
|Blake wrote 'To create a little flower is the labor of ages' ('Proverbs of Hell', The |
Marriage of Heaven and Hell, plate 9, 1. 17 [Keynes 152]). 27. Blake's wording is '
every thing that lives is holy' in 'A Song of Liberty' (1793), plate 25, of The ...
|“To create a little flower is the labor of ages.” Children intuit that. It's why Blake |
wrote so much about children; they are precious but not in a sentimental way.
Children are the clearest image of the beauty of creation. It's a rare person who
|To create a little flower is the labor of ages. Damn braces. Bless relaxes. The best |
wine is the oldest, the best water the newest. Prayers plough not! Praises reap
not! Joys laugh not! Sorrows weep not! The head Sublime, the heart Pathos, the ...
|imagination and labor called art: "to create a little flower is the labour of ages."4' |
In this view, Wordsworth follows in the path of the great materialist prophets of
sensory input and rational measurement by apprehending a world of material ...