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Victor Marie Hugo Poems

  • A La Belle Impérieuse
    L'amour, panique
    De la raison,
    Se communique
    Par le frisson. ...
  • Chanson De Pirates (pirates' Song)
    Nous emmenions en esclavage
    Cent chrétiens, pêcheurs de corail ;
    Nous recrutions pour le sérail
    Dans tous les moûtiers du rivage. ...
  • Chanson (proscrit, Regarde Les Roses...)
    Proscrit, regarde les roses ;
    Mai joyeux, de l'aube en pleurs
    Les reçoit toutes écloses ;
    Proscrit, regarde les fleurs. ...
  • A Une Femme
    Enfant! si j'étais roi, je donnerais l'empire,
    Et mon char, et mon sceptre, et mon peuple à genoux
    Et ma couronne d'or, et mes bains de porphyre,
    Et mes flottes, à qui la mer ne peut suffire, ...
  • Est-il Jour? Est-il Nuit ? Horreur Crépusculaire!
    Est-il jour ? Est-il nuit ? horreur crépusculaire !
    Toute l'ombre est livrée à l'immense colère.
    Coups de foudre, bruits sourds. Pâles, nous écoutons.
    Le supplice imbécile et noir frappe à tâtons. ...
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Son 104 Esprit 51 Car 48 Love 44 I Love You 44 Point 37 Nature 34 Heart 34 Rose 34 Night 33


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Marie_grime: good morning! "to learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark." — victor hugo
Shrekpostin: fun fact: marie was contacted for the role of padme in star wars the phantom menace, but refused because she had no lightsaber! good call marie! - victor hugo
Geographyworld2: an underrated gem is the spectacular pantheon, the resting place of some of france's most famous such as victor hugo, louis braille and marie curie.
Marie_grime: to learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark. — victor hugo
Muzinto13: there is nothing like a dream to create the future.~victor, marie hugo~
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The waters chased him as he fled
 by Emily Dickinson

1749

The waters chased him as he fled,
Not daring look behind-
A billow whispered in his Ear,
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My parlor is of shriven glass,
My pantry has a fish
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