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Apollinaire's "Sous le pont Mirabeau"

Guillaume Apollinaire (Britannica.com)

Sous le pont Mirabeau

de Guillaume Apollinaire (1912)

  • Sous le pont Mirabeau coule la Seine (1)
    Et nos amours
    Faut-il qu’il m’en souvienne…
  • 808 more words

Guillaume Apollinaire

Guillaume Apollinaire was a French poet, playwright, short story writer, novelist, and art critic of Polish descent.


"Aubade Sung at Laetare a Year Ago" by Guillaume Apollinaire

It’s spring come out Esther you should
Take a walk in the pretty woods
The hens are clucking in the yard
Dawn’s pink folds are shooting skyward… 81 more words



Sirens, do I not share your discontent
When in the night you far and wide lament?
Sea, I’m like you: machined cries fill my ears. 10 more words


Robert Delaunay - Rhythm, Joy of Life (1930)

Inspired by 19th century theories about the perception and psychology of color, French artist Robert Delaunay created his own art movement, called Simultanéisme. Simultaneity, in Delauney’s view, meant that color could take a form of its own, affecting the spatial dimension of a composition and the perception of movement within it.   165 more words


En boca 5

– Calligramme de Guillaume Apollinaire


Hunting Horns - Guillaume Apollinaire

Our story’s noble as its tragic
like the grimace of a tyrant
no drama’s chance or magic
no detail that’s indifferent
makes our great love pathetic… 41 more words