Description:painting, 4x5, "How sweet I roamed from field to field, tasting all the summer's pride, 'Til I the Prince of Love beheld, Who in those sunny beams did glide. He showed me lillies for my hair, and blushing roses for my brow. He led me to his garden fair, where all his golden pleasures grow. He loves to sit and hear me sing, then laughing sports, and plays with me, And stretches out my golden wings, to mock my loss of liberty." - William Blake
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