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    William Blake: I asked a Thief
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I ASKED A THIEF


Set by John Mitchell  (1941-) op. 25, Visions from the Flame, no. 5 (1977).
Text by William Blake (1757-1827)


      I asked a thief to steal me a peach:
      He turned up his eyes.
      I ask'd a lithe lady to lie her down:
      Holy and meek, she cries.
     
      As soon as I went
      An Angel came:
      He wink'd at the thief,
      And smil'd at the dame;
     
      And without one word [said]1
      Had a peach from the tree,
      [And still as a maid]2
      Enjoy'd the lady.


1 Mitchell: "spoke"
2 Mitchell: "And between earnest and joke"
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