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The Little Boy Lost By William Blake Journal Response.
Little Boy Lost is another poem by William Blake. The poem does not give any information about its background setting; it, however, creates a mist of suspense. The poem is about a boy who gets lost in the woods on the thinking that he is following his father. A small boy follows a will-o-the-wisp mistaking it for his father. He found himself alone and frightened in a deep mire of confusion. In the first stanza, the boy pleads with the Father asking him to speak to him and to walk slowly or else he will be loose his way (Martin 5). The boy gets lost in the second stanza; he finds himself alone and cold. He cries, but his father was nowhere to help him.
The poem describes the world experiences and cruelty
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