source of the Tiger

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How did Tiger get that particular online psuedonym?

From a ‘pet’ name I gave him at high school and this William Blake poem which sings of his mysterious, creative and beautiful being

source of the Tiger
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5 bits of lovely banter on “source of the Tiger”

  1. Kay Guest writes:

    I LOVE this poem and I LOVE that you showed this with the illustration from the book.
    “Did he who made the Lamb make thee?”, thrilling stuff!
    How is Tiger these days?

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    wendy writes

    Hi Kay, Tiger’s breaking ‘get well soon’ records and cleaning out his house both literally and metaphorically. Fresh and optimistic times 🙂

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  2. Bux writes:

    unbelievably, I’ve never seen that poem before – so not only did you answer the burning question I had about Tiger and how he got his name, but you introduced me to something new.

    I love the way you’ve shown the poem/illustration too.

    Bx

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    wendy writes

    Bx, if we ever meet-up lets share poems that have influenced us… you probably know some real gems that I’ve never heard…

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    Bux writes

    Wendy, sounds good to me!

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