What do you think of this claim, Blake’s reaction to William Wordsworth’s poem, My Heart leaps Up, in which he asserts that he could wish his “days to be/Bound each to each by natural piety”?
There is no such Thing as Natural Piety Because the Natural Man is at Enmity with God.
Would this be a good quotation to use in a colloquy?
Speaking of that, do you have any quotations on nature that you’d like to see discussed? Let us know; we’re always looking.