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TAlamry: Lips that I have kissed three times , Walking softly to her door In the shadow of this bush And I couldn’t Kiss her more Joachim Du Bellay

peau_eh_cui: - Joachim Du Bellay, "Regrets" 1558.

LuciaNixon: Various groups have called themselves the Pleiades: 3rdC BC Alexandria: 7 male poets & tragedians, w Theokritos & Apollonius Rhodius 14thC France: 7 women, 7 men 16thC France: 7 men w Pierre de Ronsard, Joachim du Bellay Plus there’s a French series called Pléiade 7/13

arslongvitabrev: ( by Joachim du Bellay

Abdul_al_azred: Joachim "Son Forget" Du Bellay

Madi_Czerwinski: Exciting news: we have a location for Stand Up For Nuclear, Paris! Stand Up’s flagship event will be held at Place Joachim-du-Bellay, right in the heart of the city. Only 10 more days until we celebrate humanity’s greatest source of energy ✊❤️

pastamarianara: joachim du bellay made my brain bleed as i tried to go thru his poems which by the way... were idk, translated from french to old english???

LukeWatsonTX: "Happy is who, like Ulysses" by Joachim du Bellay Happy is he who, like Ulysses, has made a glorious voyage, Or like Jason who won the Golden Fleece, And then returned, full of wisdom of the world, To live amongst his parents for the remainder of his life.

BasileSamel: What we can learn from Joachim du Bellay about traveling:

Perfectly_Paris: The Fontaine des Innocents is a monumental public fountain located on the place Joachim-du-Bellay in the Les Halles district in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, France. Originally called the Fountain of the…

MoringaVision: Du Bellay, Joachim (c.1522-1560) - Selected Poems: In translation

MaineCircle18: "Happy the man who, like Ulysses, has made a fine voyage, or has won the Golden Fleece, and then returns, experienc...

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