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Rimbaud – Paris

The 19th century poet, Arthur Rimbaud, is commemorated in a small street just south of St Sulpice. Along a wall in Rue Ferou is inscribed the text of Rimbaud’s poem “Le Bateaux Ivre”. 58 more words


Poet Bella Li on Arthur Rimbaud in ‘Rhyming the Dead’ by the Red Room Company

Love the idea behind The Red Room Company’s poetry project — ‘Rhyming the Dead’, commissioning ten living poets to respond to the works of ten dead poets… 117 more words


Place de la Gare, à Charleville.

This poem by the teen prodigy poet, Arthur Rimbaud has both a title, “To Music” and the identification of a place, Charleville, the town in northern France near the Belgian border where the poet was born. 554 more words

Light up the night!

Come on, baby, light my fire
Try to set the night on fire 12 more words


Idle Youth

“Idle youth, enslaved to everything; by being too sensitive I have wasted my life.”

Arthur Rimbaud


le bateau ivre

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I waken in the night and through a dark window
I see lost souls screaming up at the stars
the sound of their voices is cloaked in the singing… 111 more words