Need help to write about how this poem evolves?





The Nurse's Song by William Blake is a poem from his songs of innocence. I need to write an essay about how this poem "evolves" Can someone please help me out?Thanks! Here is the poem:The Nurse's Song:When the voices of children are heard on the green And laughing is heard on the hill, My heart is at rest within my breast And every thing else is still Then come home my children, the sun is gone down And the dews of night arise Come come leave off play, and let us away Till the morning appears in the skies No no let us play, for it is yet day And we cannot go to sleep Besides in the sky, the little birds fly And the hills are all cover’d with sheep Well well go & play till the light fades away And then go home to bed The little ones leaped & shouted & laugh’d And all the hills ecchoed



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  2. undespoiled says:

    When teachers talk about a poem ‘evolving’ they usually mean how time passes in the course of the poem.In the first stanza the nurse is speaking, and it seems to be day. The children are playing on the hill.In the second stanza the nurse says that night is falling; she calls the children in at bed-time.In the third stanza the children answer. They say it is not yet night-time, and it is too early for them to sleep yet. (If the sun has gone down but it is still light, the poem is probably set on a long summer evening).In the fourth stanza the nurse consents to the children staying out until it is dark. The children respond by laughing happily, and we hear their laughter echo around the hills.