Explore the City
site of earth and fire
The word 'bunhill' is derived from 'bonehill' since this was the place where
the remains from Old St Paul's Churchyard were reinterred after the Great
Fire. It became a non-conformist burial ground and William Blake, painter,
engraver, poet and mystic, is buried here.
where the raging Blake lives on
the rose remaining sick.
Treasures in London
Amazing treasures London has,
What about modern Lears
by the tube station,
at the bench of Hyde Park,
and in my heart?
O Blake, you're right
When you heard of the bloody city from the unborn child
inside of his mother's poisonous womb. That's
what I'm hearing,
watching Lear's crying at the legendary Britain island
around the corner of Highgate Hill,
for one green apple.
Copyright Young-hee Won, 1999