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L'Albatros by Charles Baudelaire

L’Albatros

Souvent, pour s’amuser, les hommes d’équipage
Prennent des albatros, vastes oiseaux des mers,
Qui suivent, indolents compagnons de voyage,
Le navire glissant sur les gouffres amers. 116 altre parole

Poetry

Les Métamorphoses du vampire

Les Métamorphoses du vampire

de Charles Baudelaire

La femme cependant, de sa bouche de fraise,
En se tordant ainsi qu’un serpent sur la braise,
Et pétrissant ses seins sur le fer de son busc, 236 altre parole

Vampire

Reversibility.

One of the biggest teachings illness gave me is about the non-permanent state of everything. A situation could be as unpleasant as it can be, it will eventually always go away and fade into a memory, if you hold on long enough and manage to be patient. 942 altre parole

Non Classé

"Le Voyage" ...

Le voyage means “the journey” in French, but this name is not only about how much I do love traveling. Le Voyage is a poem, a poem written by one of the most incredible poets of 19th century, the tormented and forever young Charles Baudelaire. 464 altre parole

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Dans un hiver tiède

Image d’Herald Dick

Un soleil d’hiver me regarde,
Saison qui tiédit, sans raison,
De toute sa force blafarde,
Cet astre chauffe ma maison.

Bien basse est son inclinaison, 58 altre parole

Sonnet

Gregg Skenton

Half my life had been spent in the plus-que-parfait. Half in the subjunctive. Nor would I have argued that the two must be mutually exclusive. In one I had groused food, pills, and women. 266 altre parole

Writing

Dreams of Desire 5

The cover for this late Surrealist publication with a pale skinned black clad model sporting a locket of Charles Baudelaire and a inverted crucifix prefigures the Goth look popularised  by the likes of Siouxsie and the Banshees and Bauhaus over a decade later and which can still be seen today in many a shopping mall in or around major urban areas.

Surrealism