Inspiration Fridays - William Blake
The beauty of the world really is seen in the details, something that, once grown up, we often miss in our day-to-day lives. There's something inspiring about watching a child explore nature, when you're so small and not troubled with the world, it really is about the little things.
Of course, the poem itself goes on much longer and turns more into a political statement with warnings of what will happen when mistreatment of nature continues, but I can't help but love the first quatrain. I wonder if that is what it's like to see through the eyes of a child?