Who is Paul Eluard

Paul ÉluardÉluard c. 1911BornEugène Émile Paul Grindel
(1895-12-14)14 December 1895
Saint-Denis, FranceDied18 November 1952(1952-11-18) (aged 56)
Charenton-le-Pont, FranceOccupationWriterPeriod20th century
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Paul Eluard Poems

  • Certitude
    If I speak itâ??s to hear you more clearly
    If I hear you Iâ??m sure to understand you

    If you smile itâ??s the better to enter me ...
  • Other Children
    "Little child of my five senses
    and of my tenderness."
    Let us cradle our loves,
    We will have good children. ...
  • Hunted
    A few grains of dust more or less
    On ancient shoulders
    Locks of weakness on weary foreheads
    This theatre of honey and faded roses ...
  • Uninterrupted Poetry
    From the sea to the source
    From mountain to plain
    Runs the phantom of life
    The foul shadow of death ...
  • Ecstasy
    I am in front of this feminine land
    Like a child in front of the fire
    Smiling vaguely with tears in my eyes
    In front of this land where all moves in me ...
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I Love You 20 Love 20 Sky 15 Earth 14 Heart 13 Night 13 Fire 12 Life 11 Speak 11 Sleep 10


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  • Fspbot: i’m the last on your path. the last springtime. the last snow. the last struggle not to die. - paul Éluard’s “the phoenix”
  • Mariarosa_456: (left to right, back row) paul eluard, jean arp, yves tanguy, rene crevel, (front row) tristan tzara, andre breton, salvador dali, max ernst, man ray. 1930
  • Fspbot: i’m the last on your path. the last springtime. the last snow. the last struggle not to die. - paul Éluard’s “the phoenix”
  • Hamedscribbles: 'barely disfigured' by paul eluard adieu tristesse bonjour tristesse farewell sadness hello sadness you are inscribed in the lines on the ceiling you are inscribed in the eyes that i love you are not poverty absolutely since the poorest of lips denounce you
  • Meninalirio: and her dreams in the bright day make the suns evaporate and me laugh cry and laugh speak when i have nothing to say ~ lady love - paul eluard shared via english poems android app.
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