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  • Disco Handgliding

    Arthur Rimbaud french poet. make a stencil/mask out of the face

  • Taylor Ciambra

    Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud

  • Leila Nasrullaeva

    Arthur Rimbaud-was a French poet. He produced his works while still in his late teens—Victor Hugo described him at the time as "an infant Shakespeare"—and gave up creative writing altogether before the age of 20. As part of the decadent movement, Rimbaud influenced modern literature, music, and arts, and prefigured surrealism.

  • B N

    Arthur Rimbaud - young and gorgeous baby faced little boy who wrote tres belle poetry! look at those pale luminescent eyes! what beautiful words, what a handsome face! Rimbaud was the original enfant terrible.

  • Librairie Mollat

    Arthur Rimbaud #rimbaud #arthurrimbaud

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DAWN by ARTHUR RIMBAUD I have kissed the summer dawn. Before the palaces, nothing moved. The water lay dead...On the silvered summit, I came upon the goddess. Then one by one I lifted her veils...Above the road in a thicket of laurel, I caught her in her gathering veils, And smelled the scent of her immense body. Dawn and the child fell together at the bottom of the wood. When I awoke it was noon.

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