Clod Of Clay

To Love or not to Love
To Love or not to Love
To Love or not to Love In William Blakeís The Clod and the Pebble, the Clod of Clay and the Pebble have opposing views of love. The Clod sees love from an optimistís view while the Pebble sees love from a pessimistís point of view. The Clod of Clay sings his verse about love; So sung the Clod of Clay (347). This gives a sense of jubilation. The idea of song is associated with happiness and glee. This gives the impression that the Clod is happy and that the things of which he is singing are a