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attitudeCSGO: "Unable to suppress love, the Church wanted at least to disinfect it, and it created marriage."- Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867)

welfordwrites: Any healthy man can go without food for two days - but not without poetry. Charles Baudelaire

inacawl: for it is much more convenient to state roundly that everything is hopelessly ugly in the dress of a period than to apply oneself to the task of extracting the mysterious beauty that may be hidden there, however small or light it may be. Charles Baudelaire

Tester4901: Son it’s even nicer than that. The narrator’s original piece was named after a poem by Charles Baudelaire, a favorite of Camille’s, which asks some of the book’s central questions. Here too I felt the need to keep things meta, half-serious.

vardothefirst: I love it how religious Charles Baudelaire is about his art.

JMDReid: “Always be a poet, even in prose.” --Charles Baudelaire

awilkinson: “Life is a hospital in which every patient is obsessed with changing beds: this one wants to suffer in front of the radiator, and that one thinks he'd get better if he was by the window” –Charles Baudelaire

MoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes I have cultivated my hysteria with joy and terror. - Charles Baudelaire

TheQuotesPub: Always be a poet, even in prose. - Charles Baudelaire

InnerAnthem: "I love Wagner, but the music I prefer is that of a cat hung up by its tail outside a window and trying to stick to the panes of glass with its claws." — Charles-Pierre Baudelaire

attitudeCSGO: "Unable to suppress love, the Church wanted at least to disinfect it, and it created marriage."- Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867)

JoannaBac1: "Don’t disregard anyone’s sensitivity. Each person’s sensitivity is their genius.” (Charles Baudelaire)

inacawl: Any form of justice is inevitably infringed; any harmony is destroyed, sacrificed; a multitude of trivialities are magnified; a multitude of little things become usurpers of attention. Charles Baudelaire

MoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes I have cultivated my hysteria with joy and terror. - Charles Baudelaire

PagliaQuotes: Great art has often been made by bad people. So what? Expecting the artist to be a good person was a sentimental canard of Victorian moralism, rejected by the “art for art’s sake” movement led by Charles Baudelaire and Oscar Wilde. (Hollywood Reporter 2/27/2018)

LiteraryVienna: “A book is a garden, an orchard, a storehouse, a party, a company by the way, a counselor, a multitude of counselors.” Charles Baudelaire

iMoGalore: "Always be a poet, even in prose." --Charles Baudelaire

MoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes I have cultivated my hysteria with joy and terror. - Charles Baudelaire

transshinji: i think about the blood ghoul in space funeral reciting a remixed version of the first four lines of “the fountain of blood” by charles baudelaire and then albert king lyrics near constantly

PoetryAlive: “Dancing is poetry with arms and legs.” ~ Charles Baudelaire

SanelaTadic: "The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist.“ ~ Charles Baudelaire

TechingCrewLLC: Progress, this great heresy of decay. Charles Baudelaire

ZeeshanJaanam: The insatiable thirst for everything which lies beyond, and which life reveals, is the most living proof of our immortality. Charles Baudelaire

Daily_Quotes000: "Nothing can be done except little by little." - Charles Baudelaire

romi_mr: There is no such thing as a long piece of work, except one that you dare not start. - Charles Baudelaire

XCourtzillaX: “The Devil pulls the strings which make us dance; We find delight in the most loathsome things; Some furtherance of Hell each new day brings, And yet we feel no horror in that rank advance.” Charles Baudelaire

DHT_SAB: ‘Through the unknown, we’ll find the new...’ Charles Baudelaire

angelwhy3: In order for the artist to have a world to express he must first be situated in this world, oppressed or oppressing, resigned or rebellious, a man among men. Charles Baudelaire

danabrogan: “always be a poet, even in prose” - charles baudelaire

PoetNotRockStar: “Always be a poet, even in prose.” — Charles Baudelaire

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Is The Moon Tired?
 by Christina Rossetti

Is the moon tired? she looks so pale
Within her misty veil:
She scales the sky from east to west,
And takes no rest.

Before the coming of the night
The moon shows papery white;
Before the dawning of the day
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