William Blake

Here you will find the Poem Fly, The of poet William Blake

Fly, The

Little Fly,
 Thy summer's play
 My thoughtless hand
 Has brushed away.
 Am not I
 A fly like thee?
 Or art not thou
 A man like me?
 For I dance
 And drink, and sing,
 Till some blind hand
 Shall brush my wing.
 If thought is life
 And strength and breath
 And the want 
 Of thought is death;
 Then am I
 A happy fly,
 If I live,
 Or if I die.