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The Vampire by Charles Baudelaire

You who, like the stab of a knife,
Entered my plaintive heart;
You who, strong as a herd
Of demons, came, ardent and adorned,

To make your bed and your domain… 139 palabras más

Raven's Witterings

Flâneur, Poe, and Christopher Nolan's "Following"

Flâneur comes from a French noun and it means “stroller”, “lounger” or “sauntered”. The word Flâneur proceeds from Flânerie which is the act of strolling. The meaning of this word was drawn by rich associations or men that for take the causal leisure. 778 palabras más


The Most Astonishing Expression of Vitality!

Today’s post is about Nadar, the great French photographer and certainly one of the most interesting people I’ve come across.

Nadar was born Gaspard-Félix Tournachon in Paris in April of 1820 to middle-class parents.  802 palabras más


Sadness Of The Moon

Setting October Moon — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Sadness of the Moon

Tonight, the moon is full of laziness —
Like a beauty reclining on many cushions… 103 palabras más


3 Days Til Halloween

“The Devil pulls the strings which make us dance;
We find delight in the most loathsome things;
Some furtherance of Hell each new day brings, 15 palabras más


Wise Words with Bruce Wise


Rendezvous With a Martian
          by Scubie Dew Lear

He was not one of us, although he came to be with us.
He did not stay long, and, but for the briefest period. 2.457 palabras más


Charles Baudelaire

Mist and Rain

O Autumns, Winters, Springs! Seasons of mire!
Soul-drowsing times! I love you. Take my praise
For shrouding thus my heart and brain entire… 99 palabras más