Charles Vildrac

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Charles Vildrac (November 22, 1882 – June 25, 1971), born "Charles Messager", was a French playwright and poet.

Born in Paris, Vildrac's first poems were written when he was a teenager in the 1890s. In 1901 he published Le Verlibrisme, a defense of traditional verse. In 1912 he published a collection of prose poems.

He was a member of the l'Abbaye de Créteil which ... more »

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AT the black foot of trellises, by almond-branches shaded,
At the heart of corbeils, at the breast of bowers,
And all along the loam of avenues,
Are fallen faded,
Of all smells, and of all hues,
Flowers and flowers.

Lascivious flowers, they all have died
Of loving without rest,
With the sun in rut upon their breast
That odours lubrified.

They have fallen, they have fallen dead
On earth's hard bed,
All the summertide,
Ripe with luxury, with kisses dried,
The bitter flesh of pinks, the irises' black sex,
And even lilies,
Above all ...

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