Toggle navigation internet Poem. Poems Books Biography Comments. Langueur [english] I am the Empire in the last of its decline, That sees the tall, fair-haired Barbarians pass,-the while Composing indolent acrostics, in a style Of gold, with languid sunshine dancing in each line.
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The poem forms part of the "Paysages tristes" "Sad landscapes" section of the collection. French singer Serge Gainsbourg uses parts of the poem in the lyrics of his song Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais. The poem uses several stylistic devices and is in many ways typical of Verlaine, in that it employs sound techniques such as consonance the repetition of "n" and "r" sounds that also creates an onomatopoeic effect, sounding both monotonous and like a violin. Verlaine uses the symbolism of autumn in the poem to describe a sad view of growing old. These lines were broadcast on 1 June From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the poem by Paul Verlaine. Archived from the original on Retrieved Our finest day: D-Day: June 6,
He began writing poetry at an early age, and was initially influenced by the Parnassien movement and its leader, Leconte de Lisle. At the proclamation of the Third Republic in the same year, Verlaine joined the th battalion of the Garde nationale , turning Communard on 18 March He became head of the press bureau of the Central Committee of the Paris Commune. Verlaine escaped the deadly street fighting known as the Bloody Week, or Semaine Sanglante , and went into hiding in the Pas-de-Calais. Verlaine returned to Paris in August , and, in September, he received the first letter from Arthur Rimbaud , who admired his poetry. He urged Rimbaud to come to Paris, and by , he had lost interest in Mathilde, and effectively abandoned her and their son, preferring the company of his new lover. In Brussels in July in a drunken, jealous rage, he fired two shots with a pistol at Rimbaud, wounding his left wrist, though not seriously injuring the poet.