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CoquetteEric: Paul Verlaine - Chanson d'Automne - French Poetry - (Learn French)

BSE_Writer: The explosive love affair between flamboyant French poets Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine rocks French society. They flee to London, abandoning the manuscript of La Chasse Spirituelle. Delirium: The Rimbaud Delusion

JMLudes: We used up all the names for hurricanes and are now using the Greek Alphabet. Very on-brand, 2020! Our calamities are now mundane. Isn't there a Paul Verlaine poem for this? Blessent mon coeur D'une langueur Monotone.

PlayfilmT: Total Eclipse Young, wild poet Arthur Rimbaud and his mentor Paul Verlaine engage in a fierce, forbidden romance while feeling the effects of a hellish artistic lifestyle.

Jasofoutside: happiness And their song mingles with the moonlight, With the still moonlight, sad and beautiful, That sets the birds dreaming in the trees And the fountains sobbing in ecstasy, The tall slender fountains among marble statues. Paul Verlaine, 1869

plumanon: hate account de paul verlaine ici

BSE_Writer: In dense yet poised prose poetry that carefully avoids any imitation of its subject, Scott describes Rimbaud's love affair with fellow Symbolist poet Paul Verlaine

yanase_gr: Paul Verlaine literally says: "It is time for us to meet, Nakahara Chuuya, my little brother". There are about three reasons why Verlaine may have called Chuuya "brother": because he identifies with him, they are blood brothers (which is unlikely), or it is just a friendly term.

iwaziumihajime: according to asagiri sensei, everything relating to paul verlaine & chuuya’s past isn’t enough to be covered in「STORM BRINGER」so it’s possible we could expect more of chuuya’s backstory to be explored in two or maybe more upcoming novels....

shesdrunkkk: The sky was too blue, too kind, The sea too green, and the air Too calm: and I know in my mind I shall wake and not find you there. Paul Verlaine, from Spleen (tr. by Arthur Symons); Romances sans paroles, 1874

KalynaPress: Pantheon May Welcome Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine | by Harriet Staff

362t: "Here are fruits, flowers, leaves, and branches, And here is my heart which beats only for you." Paul Verlaine

GSilentio: “Here are fruits, flowers, leaves and branches, and here is my heart which beats only for you. ” ―Paul Verlaine

GSilentio: “Does your heart still throb at my very name? Do you still see my soul in your dreams?" ―Paul Verlaine

anne4_yates: The shadow of trees in the misty river fade away like smoke. Paul Verlaine. (1884-1896)

MonLivreAudio: Circonspection (reupload) - Sonnet - Paul Verlaine

blauwerke: Paul Verlaine, Home Office.

lolavable: “Tears fall in my heart like the rain on the town.” - Paul Verlaine ♡

FussyLibrarian: Several French celebrities are asking their president to move influential — and infamous, in their time — poets Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine into the Pantheon in Paris.

AFP: A group of French artists, intellectuals and politicians urged Emmanuel Macron to give poets Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine, known for their stormy relationship as well as impassioned verse, the honour of a final resting place in the Pantheon in Paris

giannilav23: The poet is a madman lost in adventure. Paul Verlaine

msbyfan: clair de lune by paul verlaine except its yuka

MonLivreAudio: Nevermore (reupload) - Sonnet - Paul Verlaine

tanginakawa: me, doing some googling on claire de lune: clair de lune meaning > it has a poem??? > PAUL VERLAINE WROTE THE POEM???? > bsd brainrot time

PARIS_BY_EMY: Paul Marsan Dormac Paul Verlaine at Café Procope 1896 Paris I'll let you guess what he was drinking.

KA_kavikavachii: He only lived to be 41, years young! - The poet Paul Verlaine, called Ludwig II the "only true king of this century"’;

BSE_Writer: The explosive love affair between flamboyant French poets Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine rocks French society. They flee to London, abandoning the manuscript of La Chasse Spirituelle. Delirium: The Rimbaud Delusion by Barbara Scott Emmett

giannilav23: I am the Empire at the end of the decadence. Paul Verlaine

yungjoyner: like, people see Gary Oldman and they're usually like "Sirius Black!" and my initial reaction is "Dracula" or "Drexl from True Romance," same with David Thewlis, I'm like "Paul Verlaine in the really low-budget movie with Leonardo DiCaprio as Arthur Rimbaud!!!"

dreamingbulb: ‘O’er the Wood’s Brow’ by Paul Verlaine

25YLSite: Total Eclipse is about the life of poet Arthur Rimbaud (Leo DiCaprio), and his lover and mentor Paul Verlaine (David Thewlis). Despite the trustworthy cast, a forbidden romance, and chaos, this film is still a buried treasure. Anna Flaherty reviews.

livailuv: *laughs in Paul Verlaine*

stevekemple_inc: On page 128 of 256 of Selected Poems, by Paul Verlaine.

kozuuya: i feel like the final member of the doa is paul verlaine. the ending of the light novel 15 is way too ominous and mentions how he will find chuuya so i strongly believe that doa paul and chuuya face off will happen. plus paul is a transcendent meaning his ability must be powerful

DanteNevante: IT IS NECESSARY, YOU SEE, WE FORGIVE THINGS - Poem by Paul Verlaine

uwmspeccoll: Last Friday on Tumblr we shared Swiss livre d’artiste 'Romances et la bonne chanson,' which includes two short poetry collections by the late-19th-century French poet Paul Verlaine, “Romances sans paroles” and “La bonne chanson." Learn more here:

stevekemple_inc: On page 101 of 256 of Selected Poems, by Paul Verlaine.

RealEmirHan: Paul Verlaine from “Slumber dark and deep” Sagesse: Poems, 1881

362t: "Here are fruits, flowers, leaves, and branches, And here is my heart which beats only for you." Paul Verlaine

piscadoro: I'm bad boy teen poet Arthur rimbaud. I once yeeted Paul verlaine.

holdengraber: "The summer was not adorable After this hellish winter And what an unfavorable spring! And the fall starts badly. Bah! We warmed up By mixing our two souls. " ~ Paul Verlaine

tksxlt: Your soul is a chosen landscape Where charming masquerades and dancers are promenading, Playing the lute and dancing, and almost Sad beneath their fantastic disguises. "Clair de lune", Poem by Paul Verlaine

eu_gi_oh: editor for a big magazine somewhere. Chuuya, with the exception of liking /some/ French poetry because of his dads, was more like Verlaine: Science. Math. Balancing equations on a graph page. Lab assignments. Particles. “Real life,” as Paul would say. Chuuya couldn’t even

Tmarita4: "Your soul is a chosen landscape Where charming masquerades and dancers are promenading, Playing the lute and dancing, and almost Sad beneath their fantastic disguises" - Paul Verlaine, 1869

dreamingbulb: From ‘Long Ago and Not So Long Ago’ by Paul Verlaine (tr. Gertrude Hall)

erinnjenkins: “Your soul is a select landscape where charming masqueraders and bergamaskers go playing the lute and dancing and almost sad beneath their fantastic disguises.” -Paul Verlaine, Moonlight

caroline_f0ley: reading the exchanges of letters that arthur rimbaud and paul verlaine sent to each other as their relationship severely broke down and getting sad

Taktiker27: Dyin Ernst – Paul Verlaine

OFidhne: “It is the exquisite hour.” Paul Verlaine Fares Micue

dreamingbulb: . ‘The White Moonglow’ by Paul Verlaine (tr. O. F. Theis)

betterthanstar2: It rains in my heart Oh, the sweet sound of rain On the ground and the roofs! Il pleure dans mon cœur O bruit doux de la pluie Par terre et sur les toits! Michael R. Burch translating Paul-Marie Verlaine. In Better Than Starbucks July & August 2020

BrooksKaiser: Weather and mood brought to you today by Paul Verlaine.

X713: Making out with Claude. He's reading me Paul Verlaine. Talking about minor keys and beautiful sorrow. While Jim sings to us about cars.

362t: "Here are fruits, flowers, leaves, and branches, And here is my heart which beats only for you." Paul Verlaine

agentgay_: i just finished listening to a french poetry lecture n was learning about paul verlaine n didnt know he wrote clair de lune(poem) which is what inspired claude debussy’s clair de lune (3rd movement/suite bergamasque)

van_strael: George Barbier - Fireworks in Venice Illustration for "Fetes Galantes" by Paul Verlaine 1924 Via A Way to Blue

ponpokirin: Arthur Rimbaud was a genius, he wrote all the poems in his teenager years and then disappeared to go do weapon trafficking. He was also Paul Verlaine's lover for a while. Dude was married with wife and left her for Rimbaud, but later regrets and goes back to her...(1/2)

OWC_Oxford: “The sky above the roof’s So blue so calm. A branch above the roof’s Fanning the air. The bell up there in the sky Makes little sounds. A bird up there in the tree Sings its lament.” – Paul Verlaine, ‘The Sky Above the Roof’

DopeHipHopApp: Dyin Ernst - Paul Verlaine

MrLombreeze: "L´heure Exquise" de Reynaldo Hahn (1874 - 1947) Lyrics by Paul Verlaine.

ColeHenri: Paul Verlaine (on the far left) received a prison sentence of two years for firing two shots from his revolver at the younger Rimbaud (gazing upon him adoringly).

Author_Stalker: wait WHAT:

walydesign: PAUL VERLAINE. Vintage Green Equestrian Crepe Silk Tie (9.7 cm by 145.5 cm)

stevekemple_inc: On page 219 of 256 of Selected Poems, by Paul Verlaine.

amrarsenal123: Do you always see my soul in dreams? — Paul Verlaine, from Sentimental Conversation (tr. by C.F. MacIntyre); Fêtes galantes, 1869 .

EmmettStinson: Change Dot Org petition to get The Verlaines to re-record Death and the Maiden with Gerald Murnane replacing Paul Verlaine in the lyrics.

f37757063: Do you like Paul Verlaine?

Kerry_W_Burgess: And pale, when / The hour sounds, / I remember / Former days / And I cry; "Chanson d'automne" ("Autumn Song") is a poem by Paul Verlaine From Wikipedia

veronikadesides: Do you always see my soul in dreams? — Paul Verlaine, from Sentimental Conversation (tr. by C.F. MacIntyre); Fêtes galantes, 1869 .

stevekemple_inc: On page 219 of 256 of Selected Poems, by Paul Verlaine.

362t: "Here are fruits, flowers, leaves, and branches, And here is my heart which beats only for you." Paul Verlaine

boscombearchive: "The long wood of Scotch firs twists down towards the shore'..... From 'Bournemouth' by Paul Verlaine.

fraveris: Teodoro Wolf Ferrari (Italy, 1878-1945) - "Willows on the lake" "[...] The pond reflects, deep mirror, the profile of the black willow where the wind cries ... Let's dream, it's time. [...] (Paul Verlaine)

AthleteCured: Do you like Paul Verlaine? Is it gonna rain today? Should we have our photo taken? We’ll look like: Death and the Maiden

SteinwayAndSons: Steinway Artist Pascal Rogé performs Debussy's most famous composition, "Clair de lune," inspired by Paul Verlaine's poem also titled "Clair de lune."

lwaysadrian: “There is much talk in Whitman’s Leaves of Grass of manly, comradely love, but there is no “Sonnet of the Asshole,” a joint production by Paul Verlaine and Rimbaud...,” I’m sorry, but this, from Peter Gay’s Modernism: The Lure of Heresy, made me laugh out loud

yroguez: "Tears fall in my heart what is this numb hurt that enters my heart? Tears without reason in the disheartened heart. What? no trace of treason? This grief's without reason. It's far the worst pain to never know why without love or disdain my heart has such pain!" - Paul Verlaine

danyhenriette16: The scent of roses, weak, thanks to the passing light summer wind, mingles with the perfumes she has put on. Paul Verlaine

raincloudfaerie: HERE ME OUT HERE ME OUT idk where the " what name would W and H use in cuba " tweet is or who did it but ARTHUR AND PAUL bc Rimbaud and Verlaine were tragic lovers (one of them got shot in the hand by the other)

WilliamHume268: “Clair de Lune” / “Moonlight” by Paul Verlaine, c. 1869

362t: "Here are fruits, flowers, leaves, and branches, And here is my heart which beats only for you." Paul Verlaine

TimothyJudd2: Fauré and Debussy: Two Charming Settings of Paul Verlaine's "Mandoline"

OWC_Oxford: “The roses were bright red The ivy deepest black. My love, your slightest movement Rekindles my despair. Too blue, the sky, too soft, The sea too green, too sweet the air.” – Paul Verlaine, ‘Spleen’

revuewatts: oldie but goodie !

InprintHouston: There are still spots available in Personal Essay with Justin Jannise, recent recipient of the Inprint Paul Verlaine Prize, starting July 20th! For more info and to register, please visit our website:

GrantHamby2: "I love the word 'Decadence,' all gleaming with crimson...It is made up of a mixture of carnal spirit and melancholy flesh and all the violent splendors of the Byzantine empire." -Paul Verlaine

stevekemple_inc: On page 101 of 256 of Selected Poems, by Paul Verlaine.

JonasGillow: Paul Verlaine - Absint.

EalingLibs: ON THIS DAY in 1873... Poet Wars: French poet Paul Verlaine shoots and wounds Arthur Rimbaud. Aged only 20 he wrote his groundbreaking Les Illuminations whilst in London.

stevekemple_inc: On page 171 of 256 of Selected Poems, by Paul Verlaine.

rxiruh: XAN AND I ARE LOSING OUR MINDS OVER PAUL VERLAINE AND CHUUYA BEING BROTHERS HELPSKHRJDND

bramble: The coolest thing about Paul Verlaine is that if I told you that he went to my high school and I clipped his photo out of my yearbook, you might actually believe me.

spacerxn: ...Firstly, this is a study of the idea for a ballet Dali was involved in designing the concept and art for. The ballet itself, while being Surrealist, was based off the Paul Verlaine poem ‘Colloque Sentimental’...

362t: "Here are fruits, flowers, leaves, and branches, And here is my heart which beats only for you." Paul Verlaine

princessekateri: “Here are fruits, flowers, leaves and branches, and here is my heart which beats only for you.” ~ Paul Verlaine {R.Mapplethorpe}

dwsolo: My final Verlaine video Dans l'Interminable ennui de la plaine by Paul Verlaine Music by D W Solomons, sung by the composer

dwsolo: My penultimate Verlaine video: Mandoline and Colloque sentimental by Paul Verlaine Music by D W Solomons, sung by the composer

Artalnoud: It Rains In My Heart (Il Pleure Dans Mon Coeur) It rains in my heart As it rains on the town, What languor so dark That it soaks to my heart? Oh sweet sound of the rain On the earth and the roofs! For the dull heart again, Oh the song of the rain! -Paul Verlaine

deaddrabble: I was asked more (you guys are all too sweet) and after tonight's turmoil I'm offering more soothing poetry. Cauchemar, by Paul Verlaine.

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