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Elle est retrouvée.
Quoi ? – L’Eternité.
C’est la mer allée
Avec le soleil.

Ame sentinelle,
Murmurons l’aveu
De la nuit si nulle
Et du jour en feu. 63 more words

Poem a Day 2014: Arthur Rimbaud's "Crows" (#19)

This pout-mouthed youth is the French decadent Arthur Rimbaud, a poetic prodigy whose entire output was written before the age of twenty, one of the literary descendents of… 232 more words


an excerpt from "A Season in Hell" (my translation)

“I saw all the scenery that surrounded him, in his mind; clothes, linens, furniture: I gave him weapons, another face. I saw everything that touched him just how he would have wanted to make it for himself. 446 more words


John Cale & Vincent Kenis - hunger

Hector Zazou
Album Sahara Blue
Poèmes d’Arthur Rimbaud

Bujar Sylejmani

Arthur Rimbaud: On War - Cento Poem

The assignment this week asked to create a cento, a poetry form that uses lines from other poems. The “stolen” lines, can come from any number of sources – I chose to use a the collected works of a single author, but others could also opt to use lines from any number of authors. 251 more words

Experimental Writing

Arthur Rimbaud's Illuminations translated by Robert Yates

(Brimstone Press, 2014) brings the work alive in a handy edition complete with extensive notes and commentary.

Arthur Rimbaud’s Les Illuminations first published in La Vogue… 494 more words

John Ashbery

My Inspirations for March

In March my focus was still on music, but a very well known artist caught my attention – Van Gogh. (He was born on 30. March 1853., so his birthday was a few days ago.) His life seems so sad and his paintings mirrored the pain he lived with. 91 more words

My Inspirations