House of William Blake London 1994.
This location on South Molton Street in the ?West End? section of
London is where Blake lived in the late eighteenth century.
Holy Thursday William Blake?s Poem from ?Songs of Innocence and
Experience? was the inspiration for this scene of a section London where
the Artist grew up, and the cemetery is where his step father was buried. This
location is also a stones throw from where John Major was born (behind the sewage
The Poem refers to child poverty, and how the impoverished are fed with cold
usurous hand. The Iraq situation is not dissimilar with The Carlyle Group?s
profiting from the debt incurred by Saddam Hussein (John Major is part of the
| || |