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A la gloire de Paul Verlaine.

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        StatementNouvelle Revue Critique
        PublishersNouvelle Revue Critique
        LC Classifications1939
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        Paginationxvi, 71 p. :
        Number of Pages81
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        ISBN 10nodata

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The velvety sky In starry gold is now slowly arrayed. — Te souvient-il de notre extase ancienne?

Leconte de Lisle (Verlaine)

— Of the bird, my First Love, that still sings As it did long ago on those first evenings; And below the sad splendour of the moon Rising in pale solemnity, a June Night, melancholy, heavy with summer, Full of silence and darkness, in the azure That a gentle wind brushes, rocks asleep The tree that trembles, the nightingale that weeps. : Chanson d'automne et La Bonne Chanson sur l'album Vadim Piankov en concert 1996. Combien faible et combien puni!

Through interminable land Ennui of the plain, Vague snow once again Gleams like sand. 2008 : Verlaine et Mathilde, spectacle de rue de et. Mais maintenant les plans, les buts? And melancholy fancies entering Wander through my dream, where deep chagrin Calls up a future solitary and fateful.

En 1896 Verlaine meurt d'une congestion pulmonaire.

A un passant ❤️

: 1887 ; Prison 1896. Photo-gravure en noir et blanc en frontispice portrait. La Bonne Chanson: III With her dress of grey-green frills, One June day, I was feeling anxious, She appeared, smiling at my glances, The one I admired without fear of ill. While they sing in a minor key Of all-conquering love and careless fortune, They seem to mistrust their own fantasy And their song melts away in the light of the moon, In the quiet moonlight, lovely and sad, That makes the birds dream in the trees, all The tall water-jets sob with ecstasies, The slender water-jets rising from marble.

Catholiques, ils le font baptiser en l'. There steal beloved, and lover, away. en Ernst Delahave, sur theleftanchor.