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amendolaam5386: Notables who died November 27: John Carradine, Harvey Milk, Eugene O'Neill, Black Kettle, Horace, Phillip Hughes, Gary Speed, Lotte Lenya, Emma Jung, Edward Bach, Emile Verhaeren, Yō Yoshimura.

op109: Don Hong-Oai "Will I finally be alone with the sea? Will I finally be alone with my heart?"▼ - Émile Verhaeren, from The Black Torches: Poems; “The Rock,” c. 1891

Ziad_1963: ஜ ۩ ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ ۩۞۩ ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ ۩ ஜ ╭ღღ╯⚪ ..... Dawn, shade, evening, space and stars; What night conceals or shows between her veils, mingles with the fervor of our exalted being. Those who live with love live forever. Emile Verhaeren

artrysselberghe: Portrait of Emile Verhaeren, 1892

E_TaherAlbaghli: Theo Van Rysselberghe was Belgian artist Emile Verhaeren Writing.

karimbitar: Belgian poet and art critic Emile Verhaeren was one of Stefan Zweig’s closest friends. They exchanged dozens of letters. The rise of jingoistic nationalism and the madness of WWI depressed them deeply, and together with Romain Rolland, they tried to build bridges among Europeans

artrysselberghe: Portrait of Emile Verhaeren, 1892

JanTheuninck: Charter for Compassion with Jan Theuninck, Frans Masereel and Emile Verhaeren.

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Belgian poet and playwright Emile Verhaeren (May 21, 1855), author of "Les ailes rouges de la guerre" (1916) et al.

urminaia: BD - Emile Verhaeren. "I love things that are absurd, useless, impossible, frantic, excessive, and intense, because they provoke me, because I feel them like thorns in my flesh."

TheArtCouch_com: Michael Bastow ontmoet Emile Verhaeren in Sint-Amands

IsiOrejas: On page 175 of 398 of Las horas, by Emile Verhaeren

IsiOrejas: On page 140 of 398 of Las horas, by Emile Verhaeren

IsiOrejas: On page 50 of 398 of Las horas, by Emile Verhaeren

Apollo_magazine: The poet Émile Verhaeren compared looking at Fernand Khnopff's paintings to peering through 'disconcerting veils'

MachImagery: The dawn is dressed in blossom and in dew, And chequered too With very tender light-it looks as though Frail plumes...

FelwaAlhudaithy: "Lakes of red roses, here, in the snow." Émile Verhaeren, from The Evenings: Poems; "Fatal Flower," c. 1887

trsgrob: Will I finally be alone with the sea? Will I finally be alone with my heart?" - Émile Verhaeren, from The Black Tor...

cambionnn: "I am the one who fears nothing and from whom no one abstains. I am the final temptress. I am beautiful as death. I...

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