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

ahmed61tsx: Leaving for leaving's sake Hearts light as balloons Let's go ~ Charles Baudelaire: Notebook WXE9VJ8

ggou637: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

vitorkenjigames: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

RecitouLulu: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

cruellutlook: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

brunomanoelferd: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

danymix367: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

sandriellyrai: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

Versossafados: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

maiyck1994: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

khgvhjjiok: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

luhbiagi1: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

Emojisinceroofc: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

yayanibtistela: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

dollyutlook: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

mymimlemos0: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

ValencaMusical: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

marcorosenkranz: "When old Winter puts his blank face to the glass, I shall close all my shutters, pull the curtains tight, And build me stately palaces by candlelight." — Charles Baudelaire

skinnyfiak: “Do not look for my heart any more; the beasts have eaten it.” - Charles Baudelaire, Flowers Of Evil, 1857

OutlawsPoetic: “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

djsuban: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

AwfulWe: Extract the eternal from the ephemeral. ~Charles Baudelaire

yalepress: An excerpt from editor Richard Sieburth's introduction to Late Fragments: Flares, My Heart Laid Bare, Prose Poems, Belgium Disrobed by Charles Baudelaire

tn_dir: Five Days in Brussels with Charles Baudelaire TK1ELGU

catnumber14: A long time! always! my hand in your hair Will sow the stars of sapphire, pearl, ruby, That you be never deaf to my desire, My oasis and my gourd whence I aspire To drink deep of the wine of memory. Charles Baudelaire. Her hair.

mr_bluetown: “Evil is committed without effort, naturally, fatally; goodness is always the product of some art.” —Charles Baudelaire

xjjdjdjdjjd07: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

alarafrte: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

abdalslam199012: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

duhhhuihii: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

hhggffdas: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

kocaeli1324: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

afhxxgjh33: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

ummetkillibacak: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

bentolentino11: “I have more memories than if I were a thousand years old.”– Charles Baudelaire. KYJI CELEBRATES ASAP28

Priyanka0009999: Everything that is beautiful and noble is the product of reason and calculation. Charles Baudelaire Music ARISING WINNER PRIYANKA

Simonstenen: "The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist." - Charles Baudelaire. 1864

CAPressTweets: Some appreciation for books from French poet Charles Baudelaire for your weekend!

eatlovesavormag: Discover Charles Baudelaire One of the Most Compelling Writers of the 19th Century

auramtgmdgptw: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

bpdprofNatalie: This poem is so true if my current feelings 'My soul remains silent' ⬇️ Anywhere Out of the World by Charles Baudelaire - Famous poems, famous poets. - All Poetry

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azforeman: "The Vampire's Metamorphoses" by Charles Baudelaire, read in French and in English "The woman, meanwhile, from her strawberry lips, Writhing like snakes on coals, twisting her hips, Kneading her cleavage on her metal busk, Let flow these words all interfused with musk..."

SeanMBaity1: Charles Baudelaire from first concept to final. I’m skipping the hundreds of redos I had to make.

nekomimiword: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

InventingRealit: Always be a poet, even in prose. – Charles Baudelaire

loverus8: "We revel in the laxness of the path we take." - Charles Baudelaire

YvensRiviere: “The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist”—Charles Baudelaire

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

Noxi18195178: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

RmiCalandra: What springs to mind is the poem by Charles Baudelaire (my translation) The Wine of The Assassin "My woman's dead. I am thus free. And I can drink my fill. When I got home penniless, her shouts did tear every fiber in me..."..."The devilish thirst that tears me apart would need..

belkhir_othman: With all your fragility, you do not have the right to lean because someone is leaning on you. - Charles Baudelaire

dragonsofthread: better than the person in this modernism class that said charles baudelaire should have been sent to an insane asylum like literally LARPing the 19th century french government

SpiracleHQ: "The nineteenth-century poet Charles Baudelaire's translations of Edgar Allen Poe influenced Arthur Rimbaud and other Symbolist poets" Rimbaud, admirer of Beaudelaire, is the focus of Charles Nicholl's ''Somebody Else"

hoppeanist1: "The dictator is the lackey of the people , nothing else – a pitiful role, by the way – and his only glory is the result of his ability to adapt to the national stupidity." Charles Baudelaire on Bonapartism

culturaltutor: Just as AI has recently thrown up a host of new challenges for art, photography once did the same. Anybody with a camera could now do what once only artists could. The French poet Charles Baudelaire had recognised photography as a potential threat to art way back in the 1860s:

nigritie: I don’t want to be the soldier Who the captain of the sinking ship Would stow, far below— So if you love me, why’d you let me go? » — Charles Baudelaire

EFred44: Complete Poems: Charles Baudelaire EGAB9FX

guppykatt: “Be drunk” by Charles Baudelaire

jerrysaltz: Artists: Charles Baudelaire’s great definition of being an artist: “To be away from home and yet find oneself everywhere at home; to see the world, to be at the centre of the world, and yet remain hidden from the world.”

abdalslam199012: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

duhhhuihii: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

kocaeli1324: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

afhxxgjh33: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

ummetkillibacak: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

shahran_morshed: I want to sleep, to sleep instead of live, and, in a state as sweet as lifelessness, to dream of kissing you without reproof. — Charles Baudelaire, The Flowers of Evil

Zoran54873135: New artwork for sale! - "Charles Baudelaire Extreme Close-up" -

PessimistsArc: "the photographic industry was the refuge of every would-be painter, every painter too ill-endowed or too lazy to complete his studies, this universal infatuation bore not only the mark of a blindness, an imbecility, but had also the air of a vengeance" - Charles Baudelaire, 1859

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

RJDent: My interview with John Wisniewski, in which we discuss Maldoror, the Marquis de Sade, Alfred Jarry and Charles Baudelaire:

fosyrjsszp650: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

skshebs72: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

nemie805: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

selnleylanzli: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

selimdemir6762: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

disiaslan1y: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

serkannn1923: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

SababaUSA: Charles Baudelaire, 1859: Photography is the artist's "mortal enemy" Charles Blanc, 1879: "Photography imitates everything and expresses nothing. She is blind in the realm of the spirit."

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

AliaK: researching Baudelaire, Dandyism, wrt beauty for current essay. enjoyed these videos for background/starter info: Aubrey Beardsley – The Art of Being a Dandy | Tate

Tooba555Tooba: “ Everything that is beautiful and noble is the product of reason and calculation. “ Charles Baudelaire

NivVelankar: “Genius is no more than childhood recaptured at will, childhood equipped now with man's physical means to express itself, and with the analytical mind that enables it to bring order into the sum of experience, involuntarily amassed…” By Charles Baudelaire

vitorkenjigames: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

yayanibtistela: "Your eyes are cisterns that quench my torments." — Charles Baudelaire

belle4beau: The best trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist”—Charles Baudelaire “The second greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he is the good guy”—Ken Ammi

samuelwr33: “Nothing is as tedious as the limping days when snowdrifts yearly cover all the ways.” –Charles Baudelaire

_nimrit_: NIMRIT DESERVES TROPHY This life is a hospital in which every patient is possessed with a desire to change his bed. - Charles Baudelaire..

mr_exception_: NIMRIT DESERVES TROPHY Whether you come from heaven or hell, what does it matter, O Beauty! - Charles Baudelaire..

_TeamNimrit_: NIMRIT DESERVES TROPHY For the merchant, even honesty is a financial speculation. - Charles Baudelaire..

AkurathGB: NIMRIT DESERVES TROPHY There are as many kinds of beauty as there are habitual ways of seeking happiness. - Charles Baudelaire..

JMDReid: “He possessed the logic of all good intentions and a knowledge of all the tricks of his trade, and yet he never succeeded at anything, because he believed too much in the impossible. Surprising? Why so? He was forever in the act of conceiving it!” --Charles Baudelaire

AkurathGB: NIMRIT DESERVES TROPHY Everything that is beautiful and noble is the product of reason and calculation. - Charles Baudelaire..

azforeman: My translation of Baudelaire's "The Vamprie's Metamorphoses" by Charles Baudelaire, from French

azforeman: "The Vampire's Metamorphoses" by Charles Baudelaire, read in French and in English "The woman writhed like snakes on coals ablaze, Kneading her breasts on iron corset-stays As her strawberry mouth, curled in a leer, Poured these musk-pregnant words into my ear...."

PessimistsArc: Charles Baudelaire on photography as enemy to artistry, 1859: "I am convinced that the ill-applied developments of photography, like all other purely material developments of progress, have contrib­uted much to the impoverishment of the French artistic genius"

josephfpoetry: “Besides, I’m not in the mood for all this today. I have no desire to demonstrate, surprise, amuse, or persuade. My goal is absolute rest. To know nothing, to teach nothing, to want nothing, to sense nothing, to sleep, and then to sleep more.” —Charles Baudelaire

NermeenAbdulrh1: “Besides, I’m not in the mood for all this today. I have no desire to demonstrate, surprise, amuse, or persuade. My goal is absolute rest. To know nothing, to teach nothing, to want nothing, to sense nothing, to sleep, and then to sleep more.” —Charles Baudelaire

DrSohaiil: “Besides, I’m not in the mood for all this today. I have no desire to demonstrate, surprise, amuse, or persuade. My goal is absolute rest. To know nothing, to teach nothing, to want nothing, to sense nothing, to sleep, and then to sleep more.” —Charles Baudelaire

OutlawsPoetic: “Besides, I’m not in the mood for all this today. I have no desire to demonstrate, surprise, amuse, or persuade. My goal is absolute rest. To know nothing, to teach nothing, to want nothing, to sense nothing, to sleep, and then to sleep more.” —Charles Baudelaire



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