As a poetic movement, Romanticism represented a much need digression from the earlier literary contributions of the Enlightenment. One of the more prominent poets of the Romantic Era, William Blake, wrote during a time when much of Europe was at war. Blake’s poetry espouses his exploration of the human imagination and the human condition. In his poetic portfolio, Black divided some of his poems into two volumes which he called the Songs of Experience and Songs of Innocence. Representative from these volumes are Blake’s “The Lamb” from the Songs of Innocence and “The Tyger” from the Songs of Experience. These poems represent two halves of what Blake saw as a dichotomy in both the world and in individual human existence….