The Blossom Blake Poem

The Blossom Blake

The Blossom Blake Poem is written by William Blake. The Blossom’ is an expression of a child whose delight in birds dresses his imagination. In a nursery children sing a song about Merrybird and the robin.

The Blossom

Merry, merry sparrow!
Under leaves so green
A happy blossom
Sees you, swift as arrow,
Seek your cradle narrow,
Near my bosom.
Pretty, pretty robin!
Under leaves so green
A happy blossom
Hears you sobbing, sobbing,
Pretty, pretty robin,
Near my bosom.


What is the poem The Blossom about?

The poem tells the tale of two different birds: a sparrow and a robin

What is the meaning of The Blossom by William Blake?

This is another one of Blake’s poems that describes nature and life.

What does the blossom hear?

The blossom hears the robin’s cries.

What is the main message of the poem?

The theme of a poem is the message an author wants to communicate through the piece.

Why is the message of the poem?

Message is the thing that encourages poets to create poetry. 

What is called blossom?

The flowering part of a plant or tree will form the seeds or fruit.

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