Pierre de Ronsard
Pierre de Ronsard (11 September 1524 – December 1585) was a French poet and "prince of poets" (as his own generation in France called him).
His popularity in his own time was overwhelming and immediate, and his prosperity was unbroken. He published his Hymns, dedicated to Margaret de Valois, in 1555; the conclusion of the Amours, addressed to another heroine, in 1556; and then a collection of Œuvres completes, said to be due to the invitation of Mary Stuart, queen of Francis II, in 1560; with Elégies, mascarades et bergeries in 1565. To this same year belongs his most important and interesting Abrégé de l'art poétique français.
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- Of His Ladies Old Age
- Bonjour mon coeur, bonjour ma douce vie
- I Want To Be Inside You
- To His Young Mistress
- Mignonne, allons voir si la rose
- The Rose
- Sonnets For Hélène . . extract
- A Cupidon
- Amour me tue, et si je ne veux dire
- Maîtresse, embrasse-moi, baise-moi, serr...
- Dans le serein de sa jumelle flamme
- Le soir qu'Amour vous fit en la salle de...
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