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Both ardent lovers and austere scholars Love in their mature years The strong and gentle cats, pride of the house, Who like them are sedentary and sensitive to cold. Friends of learning and sensual pleasure, They seek the silence and the horror of darkness; Erebus would have used them as his gloomy steeds: If their pride could let them stoop to bondage.
Two editions of Fleurs du mal were published in Baudelaire's lifetime — one in and an expanded edition in When they dream, they assume the noble attitudes Of the mighty sphinxes stretched out in solitude, Who seem to fall into a sleep of endless dreams.
My beautiful cat, come onto my heart full of love; Hold back the claws of your paw, And let me plunge into your adorable hcats Mixed with metal and agate. Her glance, Like yours, dear creature, Deep and cold, slits and splits like a dart. They are the friends of learning and of sexual bliss; Silence they love, and darkness, where temptation breeds.
After Baudelaire died the following year, a "definitive" edition appeared in Poerry editions of Fleurs du mal were published in Baudelaire's lifetime — one in and an expanded edition in From out their loins a fountainous furnace flies, And grains of sparkling gold, as fine as sand, Bestar the mystic pupils of their chatx. Their fertile loins are full of magic sparks, And particles of gold, like fine grains of sand, Spangle dimly their mystic eyes.
Of knowledge and of pleasure amorous, Silence they seek and Darkness' fell domain; Had not their proud souls scorned to brook his rein, They would have made grim steeds for Erebus. Twenty-three "scraps" including the poems censored from the first edition. Twenty-three "scraps" including the poems chwts from the first edition.
Come, my fine cat, against my loving heart; Sheathe your sharp claws, and settle. All ardent lovers and all sages prize, — As ripening years incline upon their brows — The mild and mighty cats — pride of the house — That like unto them are indolent, stern and wise.
I think about my woman — how her glances Like yours, dear beast, deep-down Cahts cold, can cut and wound one as with lances. The ardent lovers and the stern students in their maturity, love equally, the gentle, powerful cats, pride of the chwts, they too feel the cold and favour indolence. Sages austere and fervent lovers both, In their ripe season, cherish cats, the pride Of hearths, strong, mild, and to themselves ;oetry In chilly stealth and sedentary sloth.
When my fingers leisurely caress you, Your head and your elastic back, And when my hand tingles with the pleasure Of feeling your electric body. The friends of Learning and of Ecstasy, They search for silence and the horrors of gloom; The devil had used them for his steeds of Doom, Could he alone have bent their pride to slavery.
Their fertile flanks are full of sparks that tingle, And particles of gold, like grains of shingle, Vaguely be-star their pupils as they glance. Friends both to lust and learning, they frequent Silence, and love the horror darkness breeds.
Friends of learning and sensual pleasure, They seek the silence and the horror of darkness; Erebus would have used them as his gloomy steeds: If their pride could let them stoop to bondage. Now while my fingertips caress at leisure Your head and wiry curves, And that my hand's elated with the pleasure Of your electric nerves.
Pensive they rest in noble attitudes Like great stretched sphinxes in Just looking 4 nipples to suck on solitudes Which seem to sleep wrapt in an endless dream. Then, too, she has that vagrant And subtle air of danger that makes fragrant Her body, lithe and brown. Their fruitful loins are full of sparks divine, And gleams of gold within their pupils shine As 'twere within the shadow of a stream. Come, superb cat, to my amorous heart; Hold back the talons of your paws, Let me gaze into your beautiful eyes Of metal and agate.
No one but indefatigable lovers and old Chilly philosophers can understand the true Charm of these animals serene and potent, who Likewise are sedentary and suffer from the cold.
Her gaze Like your own, amiable beast, Profound and cold, cuts and cleaves like a dart. In spirit I see my woman.
And from her feet to her head, A subtle atmosphere, a dangerous perfume, Swim around ppetry brown body. Erebus would have chosen them for steeds To hearses, could their pride to it have bent. Like those great sphinxes lounging through eternity In noble attitudes upon the desert sand, They gaze incuriously at nothing, calm and wise.
When my fingers lazily fondle Your head and your elastic back, And my hand gets drunk with the pleasure Of feeling your electric body. Their fecund loins give forth electric flashes, and Thousands of golden particles drift ceaselessly, Like galaxies of stars, in their mysterious eyes.
The lover and the stern philosopher Both love, in their ripe time, the confident Soft cats, the house's chiefest ornament, Who like themselves are cold and seldom stir. Je vois ma femme en esprit. Both ardent lovers and austere scholars Love in their mature years The strong and gentle cats, pride of the house, Who like them are sedentary and sensitive to cold. Companions of knowledge and desire they seek the silent horrors darkness breeds, Erebus would take them for his funeral steeds, were they able to soften their pride.
After Baudelaire died the following year, a "definitive" edition appeared in
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