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The King of Royal College Street

-Chapter Four –
The House of the Poets

Three doors down is The House of the Poets. Two French writers had lived there many, many people years ago. 774 more words

SJ Lavery

Poems - Novel - Arthur Rimbaud

No one’s serious at seventeen.

–On beautiful nights when beer and lemonade

And loud, blinding cafés are the last thing you need

–You stroll beneath green lindens on the promenade. 243 more words


A Defense of the Poetics of Punk Rock

What do you think of when I say punk rock? Probably some suspiciously angry kid with chains and leather and spikes. Maybe a DIY ethic at odds with the industry. 766 more words

Gerard Manley Hopkins

Bike Racing is a Gang OR The True Meaning of Aerodynamics

“When will we go, over mountains and shores, to hail the birth of new labor, new wisdom, the flight of tyrants and demons, the end of superstition, – to be the first to adore! 1,115 more words

City of Ashes and Poetry

I’ve written a lot of posts about Cassandra Clare’s taste in poetry before, but it’s been a while! Today I’m going through the second book in her ‘The Mortal Instruments’ series – City of Ashes – and outlining all the wonderful poetry she uses. 245 more words


A Poem from "A Season in Hell" - Arthur Rimbaud

It is recovered!
What? Eternity.
It is the sea
Mixed with the sun.

My soul eternal,
Redeem your promise,
In spite of the night alone… 56 more words

Drunken Library

Abstract | Womb of light

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à dix heures le 10 Novembre 1891
le poète Jean Arthur Rimbaud
rencontra la FIN de son… 147 more words