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  1. In The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (), William Blake turns convention on its head in this lengthy, dense, and somewhat cryptic work. Much of the poem is written as a stream-of-conscious theological manifesto, other portions as societal critiques, and others as poetic songs or proverbs.
  2. from The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: The Argument By William Blake. Rintrah roars and shakes his fires in the burdened air; Hungry clouds swag on the deep. Once meek, and in a perilous path, The just man kept his course along. The vale of death. Roses are planted where thorns grow, And on .
  3. I don't know the reason why I seem to need a release I can't stand to beg for favors like a child on his knees But I won't go on a minute 'til I get me some peace On the road to Armageddon I done things I'd be ashamed to see in black and white There are times I miss distinctions over wrong and right But I'm gonna get an answer when I get there tonight On the road to Armageddon It's the wrong.
  4. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake. The Argument Rintrah roars and shakes his fires in the burdened air; Hungry clouds swag on the deep. Once meek, and in a perilous path, The just man kept his course along The vale of death. Roses are planted where thorns grow.

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