Discover the mind of one of the greatest thinkers of the 18th and 19th centuries.

Our Wildflower Song cover design is inspired by an 1893 binding of The Poems by William Blake (1757–1827).

Featuring delicate golden wildflowers stamped on a rich blue background, the botanical beauty of this binding exquisitely reflects the reverence for the natural world felt by poets of the Romantic era.

William Blake was an English poet, painter, engraver, and visionary who explored themes of oppression, imagination, innocence, and religion in his poetry and awe-inspiring illustrations.

He produced a diverse and symbolically rich collection of works that had philosophical, political, and mystical undercurrents.

As a poet who embraced the divine imagination, he used rich metaphors to convey his principles, often utilsing nature and flowers as tools to communicate his thoughts. Blake believed that it is through nature that man can reach an awareness of his place in the universe.

We hope this Wildflower Song journal allows you to harness the power of your own imagination!


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