By Ariane Charton
'Un poète peut parler de lui, de ses amis, des vins qu’il boit, de los angeles maîtresse qu’il a ou qu’il voudrait avoir, du temps qu’il fait, des morts et des vivants, des sages et des fous : mais il ne doit pas faire de politique.'
Enfant negative du romantisme, Alfred de Musset (1810-1857) fut considéré de son vivant comme un météore qui n’avait jamais donné l. a. pleine mesure de son expertise. On ne voulait voir en lui qu’un auteur de comédies charmantes, de contes légers et de poèmes lyriques. los angeles Confession d’un enfant du siècle fut publiée dans une sorte d’indifférence : il ne chercha jamais à dissiper ces malentendus. Observateur désabusé d’une époque qui l’ennuie, il est pourtant celui qui dit le mieux le désenchantement de sa génération. Trop souvent réduit à sa réputation d’écrivain sentimental et à sa liaison avec George Sand, Musset est notre contemporain : parce qu’il position sa vie et son œuvre sous le signe de los angeles modernité et de los angeles liberté individuelle.
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It was a dream. It was a tin can. It was a funny thing to feel. And the children. Or beyond this for posture, a simple garden, evergreen, a green car out front, the picket fence is white, what color are the flowers unwritten in a day. There is no space. Only sky and water. Uncanny earth. A funny thing to feel. 39 TOY You resist an ocean evaporating outside your head You resist rain discovered outside small rooms You resist daybreak invisible from grief And the hollow inside is the shape of a flower So the mouse has a purpose within its tiny office And the butterfly isn’t alive as a symbol ever So that the smile independent from a person And those glad tidings becoming empty Look away from the joy of restorative morning Easily opening to complete the long night You are done in by sunrise and rightfully so And those renewed theatrics of the skyline 40 Undo the hygiene of the visible body Unlike a dove closing its wings at dawn Go with a simple song, unbind yourself Making sure to hide your giddy surface 41 A N O T H E R D AY O N T H E P I L G R I M A G E There is an I in space, I am, space where a sparrow falls.
And the brilliant element of fire and to the helix and throughout the electrics: salt. 4. Beyond this image decomposing: desire. And as always with the mouth there is earth. Because it calls, fear is redundant. And that animal sound in late night is only its own. Speech becoming one, becoming air, books outlasting buildings outlast sweat and the broken human form a body labors. Whose face is the same as another? 5. Nothing spoke for itself. Every action implied a rhetoric so it may recognize itself.
Not ever. This neon winked its marquee on my forehead and it flashed—true and good. Not just any good, but good as in a farmer’s prayer about earth and work and rest. O mommy is it true? Do these beans grow to the sky? It is the alphabet lies close to ground. Broken tile to marvel at and so much emotion goes into learning to make these letters. A spell against time. Chumming for clarity and a pronoun to share. Though twenty-six sounds are not enough. But what the news 27 didn’t say is she loves her darling Comacho the darling way he attends her every sob and whimper.