Victor Marie Hugo

[Victor Hugo] (26 February 1802 – 22 May 1885 / Besancon / France)

Victor Marie Hugo Poems

161. Ce Qu'On Entend Sur La Montagne 4/3/2010
162. Exil 4/3/2010
163. Hier, La Nuit D'Été, Qui Nous Prêtait Ses Voiles 4/3/2010
164. Bêtise De La Guerre 4/3/2010
165. Chanson (L'Ame En Fleur) 4/3/2010
166. Depuis Quatre Mille Ans Il Tombait Dans L'Abîme 4/3/2010
167. Ecrit Au Bas D'Un Crucifix 4/3/2010
168. A Song 4/3/2010
169. Dans Ce Jardin Antique Où Les Grandes Allées 4/3/2010
170. Booz Endormi 4/3/2010
171. A Qui La Faute? 4/3/2010
172. Au Bord De La Mer 4/3/2010
173. J'Ai Cueilli Cette Fleur Pour Toi Sur La Colline 4/3/2010
174. Chanson (Proscrit, Regarde Les Roses...) 4/3/2010
175. Aux Morts Du 4 Décembre 4/3/2010
176. Enfant, Si J'Étais Roi, Je Donnerais L'Empire (Were I A King, Child, My Empire I Would Give Thee) 4/3/2010
177. En Marchant La Nuit Dans Un Bois 4/3/2010
178. Adieux De L'Hôtesse Arabe 4/3/2010
179. A Une Femme 4/3/2010
180. Amour Secret 4/3/2010
181. La Captive (The Turkish Captive) 4/3/2010
182. Napoleon 4/3/2010
183. On Hearing The Princess Royal Sing 4/3/2010
184. Fenêtres Ouvertes 4/3/2010
185. Elle Est Gaie Et Pensive; Elle Nous Fait Songer 4/3/2010
186. Dans L'Ombre 4/3/2010
187. Aux Arbres 4/3/2010
188. Le Manteau Impérial (The Imperial Mantle) 4/3/2010
189. Oh, Why Not Be Happy? 4/3/2010
190. Nero’s Incendiary Song 4/3/2010
191. Bon Conseil Aux Amants 4/3/2010
192. That Night It Rained 4/3/2010
193. Veni, Vidi, Vixi (French & English) 4/3/2010
194. En Marchant Le Matin 4/3/2010
195. Éclaircie 4/3/2010
196. Puisque J'Ai Mis Ma Lèvre (Since I Have Placed My Lip) 4/3/2010
197. Lover’s Song 4/3/2010
198. Ecrit Sur La Vitre D'Une Fenêtre Flamande 4/3/2010
199. Après La Bataille 4/3/2010
200. Fonction Du Poète (The Poet's Function) 4/3/2010

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    Did he write about 'The Word of God' as a Verb, not a noun? Please cite his lines.

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Best Poem of Victor Marie Hugo

Luna

O France, although you sleep
We call you, we the forbidden!
The shadows have ears,
And the depths have cries.

Bitter, glory-less despotism
Over a discouraged people
Closes a black thick grate
Of error and prejudice;

It locks up the loyal swarm
Of firm thinkers, of heroes,
But the Idea with the flap of a wing
Will part the heavy bars,

And, as in ninety-one,
Will retake sovereign flight,
For breaking apart a cage of bronze
Is easy for bronze bird.

Darkness covers the world,
But the Idea illuminates and shines;
With its white ...

Read the full of Luna

Boaz Asleep

Boaz, overcome with weariness, by torchlight
made his pallet on the threshing floor
where all day he had worked, and now he slept
among the bushels of threshed wheat.

The old man owned wheatfields and barley,
and though he was rich, he was still fair-minded.
No filth soured the sweetness of his well.
No hot iron of torture whitened in his forge.

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