Blake - Victorian Art Poetry Print - To See a World in a Grain of Sand Poem - Dreamy 19th Century Illustration

Blake - Victorian Art Poetry Print - To See a World in a Grain of Sand Poem - Dreamy 19th Century Illustration

You, are a terribly real thing in a terribly false world, and that, I believe is why you're in so much pain.

You, are a terribly real thing in a terribly false world, and that, I believe is why you're in so much pain.

Victorian Poetry Art Print: "Bright Star" (John Keats). 8.5" x 11" print; 19th century illustration and poem with a modern twist.

Victorian Poetry Art Print: "Bright Star" (John Keats). 8.5" x 11" print; 19th century illustration and poem with a modern twist.

The Darkling Thrush by Thomas Hardy. Learnt at school, always loved and never forgotten.

The Darkling Thrush by Thomas Hardy. Learnt at school, always loved and never forgotten.

'Last Lines' by Emily Brontë read by Emma Fielding - "'Last Lines' is not the actual title of the poem. In fact, it has no title at all and is therefore in anthologies sometimes given the first line 'No coward soul is mine' as the title. 'Last Lines' is probably inspired by what Charlotte Brontë notes, referring to this poem: 'The following are the last lines my sister Emily ever wrote.'"

'Last Lines' by Emily Brontë read by Emma Fielding - "'Last Lines' is not the actual title of the poem. In fact, it has no title at all and is therefore in anthologies sometimes given the first line 'No coward soul is mine' as the title. 'Last Lines' is probably inspired by what Charlotte Brontë notes, referring to this poem: 'The following are the last lines my sister Emily ever wrote.'"

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