Remy Belleau

(1528 - 1577 / France)

Douce et belle bouchelette

Ainsi, ma douce guerrière
Mon coeur, mon tout, ma lumière,
Vivons ensemble, vivons
Et suivons

Les doux sentiers de la jeunesse :
Aussi bien une vieillesse
Nous menace sur le port,
Qui, toute courbe et tremblante,
Nous entraîne chancelante
La maladie et la mort.

Submitted: Monday, October 15, 2012

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