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Night in Hell
Foolish Virgin
FIRST DELIRIUM: The Foolish Virgin / The Infernal Bridegroom
The Impossible
Lightning
Morning
Farewell
Illuminations - Arthur Rimbaud
After The Flood
Tale
Side Show
Antique
Being Beauteous
Departure
Royalty
To A Reason
Sentences (Phrases)
The Bridges
City
Ruts
Cities
Mystic
Flowers
Common Nocturne
Seascape (Marine )
Winter Festival
Anguish
Metropolitan
Barbarian
Promontory
Stages (Scenes)
Historic Evening
Movement
Bottom
Fairy
War
Genie
Clearance Sale
Last lines - Arthur Rimbaud
Tear
Blackcurrant River
The Parents
The Soul
Friends
The Poor Man Dreams
Conclusion
Pleasant Thought for the Morning
May Banners
Song of the Highest Tower
Eternity
Golden Age
Young Couple
Brussels
Feasts of Hunger
Shame
The Orphans' New Year's Gift
The First Evening
Sensation
Sun and Flesh
Dance of the Hanged Men
Tartufe's Punishment
Venus Anadyomene
Nina's Replies
Scene Set to Music
The Transfixed
Evil
Paroxysms of Caesar
A Dream for Winter
The Sleeper in the Valley
At the Green Inn
The Sly One
The Cupboard
My Bohemian Existence
Faun's Head
Those Who Sit
The Customs Men
Evening Prayer
Parisian War Song
Squattings
The Seven Year Old Poet
People in Church
Stolen Heart
The Parisian Orgy
Jeanne-Marie's Hands
The Sisters of Charity
The Seekers of Lice
The Drunken Boat
The Rooks
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Arthur Rimbaud _Poetry

Arthur Rimbaud _Poetry

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Published by Slobodan Kovac
A Season In Hell - Arthur Rimbaud

Once, if my memory serves me well, my life was a banquet where every heart revealed itself, where every wine flowed. One evening I took Beauty in my arms - and I thought her bitter - and I insulted her. I steeled myself against justice. I fled. O witches, O misery, O hate, my treasure was left in your care! I have withered within me all human hope. With the silent leap of a sullen beast, I have downed and strangled every joy. I have called for executioners; I w
A Season In Hell - Arthur Rimbaud

Once, if my memory serves me well, my life was a banquet where every heart revealed itself, where every wine flowed. One evening I took Beauty in my arms - and I thought her bitter - and I insulted her. I steeled myself against justice. I fled. O witches, O misery, O hate, my treasure was left in your care! I have withered within me all human hope. With the silent leap of a sullen beast, I have downed and strangled every joy. I have called for executioners; I w

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Published by: Slobodan Kovac on Nov 18, 2008
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