In “Songs of Innocence and Experience” by William Blake one of the

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In “Songs of Innocence and Experience,” by William Blake one of the recurring symbols I saw being used consistently was the symbol of love. He made sure to always add one of humanity’s most fathomed emotions in most of his plays. The guiltless, peaceful universe of adolescence against a grown-up universe of debasement and constraint; while such poems as “The Lamb”” speak to a submissive uprightness