One hundred and one poems by paul verlaine
One Hundred and One Poems by Paul Verlaine: A Bilingual Edition by Paul VerlaineFrench poet Paul Verlaine, a major representative of the Symbolist Movement during the latter half of the nineteenth century, was one of the most gifted and prolific poets of his time. Norman Shapiros superb translations display Verlaines ability to transform into timeless verse the essence of everyday life and make evident the reasons for his renown in France and throughout the Western world.
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Sonnez, grelots; sonnez, clochettes; sonnez, cloches! Come, my poor heart, come, old friend true and tried , Repaint your triumph's arches, raised anew; Smoke tinsel altars with stale incense; strew Flowers before the chasm, gaping wide; Come, my poor heart, come, old friend true and tried. Cantor revivified, sing God your hymn; Hoarse organ-pipes, intone Te Deums proud; Make up your aging face, youth wrinkle-browed; Bedeck yourself in gold, wall yellow-dim; Cantor revivified, sing God your hymn. Ring, bells; peal, chimes; peal, ring, bells large and small! My hopeless dream takes shape: for Happiness-- Here, now--lies clutched, embraced in my caress; Winged Voyager, who shuns Man's every call; --Ring, bells; peal, chimes; peal, ring, bells large and small! Happiness once walked side by side with me; But DOOM knows no reprieve, there's no mistaking: The worm is in the fruit; in dreaming, waking; In loving, mourning. And so must it be.