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Occupation Poet, art critic, philosopher

Charles Baudelaire (9 April 1821 31 August 1867) was a French poet, critic and translator.

Charles Pierre Baudelaire (UK: /bodlr/, US: /bod()lr/;[1] French: [al bodl] (About this soundlisten); 9 April 1821 31 August 1867) was a French poet who produced notable work as an essayist and art critic. His poems exhibit mastery in the handling of rhyme and rhythm, contain an exoticism inherited from Romantics, but are based on observations of real life.

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1:Even if God did not exist it would continue to be sacred
   ~ Charles Baudelaire,
2:Woman is in her right and even fulfills a sort of obligation when she takes pains to appear as a magical and supernatural creature.
   ~ Charles Baudelaire,
3:Tell me, enigmatical man, whom do you love best, your father,
Your mother, your sister, or your brother?
I have neither father, nor mother, nor sister, nor brother.
Your friends?
Now you use a word whose meaning I have never known.
Your country?
I do not know in what latitude it lies.
I could indeed love her, Goddess and Immortal.
I hate it as you hate God.
Then, what do you love, extraordinary stranger?
I love the clouds the clouds that pass up there
Up there the wonderful clouds!
   ~ Charles Baudelaire,

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1:A Dandy does nothing. ~ Charles Baudelaire
2:Music fathoms the sky. ~ Charles Baudelaire
3:Music pierces the sky. ~ Charles Baudelaire
4:What is art? Prostitution. ~ Charles Baudelaire
5:L'orage rajeunit les fleurs ~ Charles Baudelaire
6:The People adore authority. ~ Charles Baudelaire
7:Le beau est toujours bizarre ~ Charles Baudelaire
8:I am the wound and the knife! ~ Charles Baudelaire
9:All dark, all bloody, my heart, ~ Charles Baudelaire
10:Discover day to day excitement. ~ Charles Baudelaire
11:Always be a poet, even in prose. ~ Charles Baudelaire
12:A silent mouth is sweet to hear. ~ Charles Baudelaire
13:The beautiful is always bizarre. ~ Charles Baudelaire
14:The Beautiful is always strange. ~ Charles Baudelaire
15:We are all born marked for evil. ~ Charles Baudelaire
16:Eternal superiority of the Dandy. ~ Charles Baudelaire
17:I am the vampire at my own veins. ~ Charles Baudelaire
18:Be wise, Oh my sadness, be calmer. ~ Charles Baudelaire
19:Everything for me becomes allegory ~ Charles Baudelaire
20:Sois toujours poète, même en prose ~ Charles Baudelaire
21:Wine transforms moles into eagles. ~ Charles Baudelaire
22:Evil comes up softly like a flower. ~ Charles Baudelaire
23:Life swarms with innocent monsters. ~ Charles Baudelaire
24:Sois toujours poète, même en prose. ~ Charles Baudelaire
25:الحذر يجعل الحب من أول نظرة مستحيلا ~ Charles Baudelaire
26:Hay que ser sublime sin interrupción ~ Charles Baudelaire
27:But a dandy can never be a vulgar man ~ Charles Baudelaire
28:Dancing is poetry with arms and legs. ~ Charles Baudelaire
29:Genius is childhood recalled at will. ~ Charles Baudelaire
30:Ici la boue est faite de nos pleurs ! ~ Charles Baudelaire
31:Nature can counsel nothing but crime. ~ Charles Baudelaire
32:Progress, this great heresy of decay. ~ Charles Baudelaire
33:Aşk işsiz güçsüzlerin doğal uğraşıdır. ~ Charles Baudelaire
34:Genius is childhood recovered at will. ~ Charles Baudelaire
35:Hypocrite reader my fellow my brother! ~ Charles Baudelaire
36:I am a cemetery by the moon unblessed. ~ Charles Baudelaire
37:L'art est long, et le temps est court. ~ Charles Baudelaire
38:Only when we drink poison are we well. ~ Charles Baudelaire
39:The mainspring of genius is curiosity. ~ Charles Baudelaire
40:Yo sé que el dolor es la nobleza única ~ Charles Baudelaire
41:Drink wine, drink poetry, drink virtue. ~ Charles Baudelaire
42:Extract the eternal from the ephemeral. ~ Charles Baudelaire
43:Inspiration comes of working every day. ~ Charles Baudelaire
44:Oh foul magnificence, sublime disgrace. ~ Charles Baudelaire
45:Through the Unknown, we'll find the New ~ Charles Baudelaire
46:La Terre est un gâteau plein de douceur. ~ Charles Baudelaire
47:Sexuality is the lyricism of the masses. ~ Charles Baudelaire
48:You walk on corpses, beauty, undismayed. ~ Charles Baudelaire
49:Ey çığ, düşerken alıp götürür müsün beni? ~ Charles Baudelaire
50:God is a scandal, - a profitable scandal. ~ Charles Baudelaire
51:How bittersweet it is, on winter's night, ~ Charles Baudelaire
52:An oasis of horror in a desert of boredom. ~ Charles Baudelaire
53:Numărul sufletelor este finit sau infinit? ~ Charles Baudelaire
54:Prisoned in glass beneath my seals of red. ~ Charles Baudelaire
55:Aimer et mourir
Au pays qui te ressemble ~ Charles Baudelaire
56:Et le ver rongera ta peau comme un remords. ~ Charles Baudelaire
57:I lived for a long time under vast porticos ~ Charles Baudelaire
58:My heart is lost; the beasts have eaten it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
59:Qui donc devant l'amour ose parler d'enfer? ~ Charles Baudelaire
60:Seek not my heart; the beasts have eaten it ~ Charles Baudelaire
61:Aimer et mourir
Au pays qui te ressemble! ~ Charles Baudelaire
62:A study of the Great Malady; horror of home. ~ Charles Baudelaire
63:Avalanche, veux-tu m'emporter dans ta chute? ~ Charles Baudelaire
64:By a fatal law, a genius is always an idiot. ~ Charles Baudelaire
65:Hypocrite reader -- my fellow -- my brother! ~ Charles Baudelaire
66:I have felt the wind on the wing of madness. ~ Charles Baudelaire
67:Nothing can be done except little by little. ~ Charles Baudelaire
68:Remembering is only a new form of suffering. ~ Charles Baudelaire
69:Une oasis d'horreur dans un désert d'ennui ! ~ Charles Baudelaire
70:We revel in the laxness of the path we take. ~ Charles Baudelaire
71:Car je cherche le vide, el le noir, el le nu! ~ Charles Baudelaire
72:—Hypocrite lecteur,—mon semblable,—mon frère! ~ Charles Baudelaire
73:Woman is natural, that is to say, abominable. ~ Charles Baudelaire
74:Perfumes, colours and sounds echo one another. ~ Charles Baudelaire
75:The world only goes round by misunderstanding. ~ Charles Baudelaire
76:For I desire the dark, the naked, and the lone. ~ Charles Baudelaire
77:The habit of doing one's duty drives away fear. ~ Charles Baudelaire
78:자신의 고독을 채울 줄 모르는 자는 역시 분주한 군중 속에서도 홀로 존재할 줄 모른다. ~ Charles Baudelaire
79:Strangeness is a necessary ingredient in beauty. ~ Charles Baudelaire
80:What is it that brings on these moods of yours? ~ Charles Baudelaire
81:Dis-moi, ton coeur parfois s'envole-t-il, Agathe! ~ Charles Baudelaire
82:Hypocrite lecteur, – mon semblable, – mon frère ! ~ Charles Baudelaire
83:I throw fresh seeds out. Who knows what survives? ~ Charles Baudelaire
84:La génie n'est que l'enfance retrouvée à volonté. ~ Charles Baudelaire
85:Listen, my dear-- with soft step the night hears. ~ Charles Baudelaire
86:Nos péchés sont têtus, nos repentirs sont lâches. ~ Charles Baudelaire
87:Strangeness is an ingredient necessary in beauty. ~ Charles Baudelaire
88:A book is a garden, a party, a company by the way. ~ Charles Baudelaire
89:A multitude of small delights constitute happiness ~ Charles Baudelaire
90:Angel full of gaiety, do you know anguish?   Angel ~ Charles Baudelaire
91:A work of art should be like a well-planned crime. ~ Charles Baudelaire
92:Je ne suis pas le Styx pour t'embrasser neuf fois. ~ Charles Baudelaire
93:Mes bras sont rompus pour avoir étreint des nuées. ~ Charles Baudelaire
94:Seek my heart no longer; the beasts have eaten it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
95:It is from the womb of art that criticism was born. ~ Charles Baudelaire
96:One can only forget about time by making use of it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
97:The world progresses only through misunderstanding. ~ Charles Baudelaire
98:What is love? The need of coming out of one's self. ~ Charles Baudelaire
99:Where ever I am not is the place where I am myself. ~ Charles Baudelaire
100:Americans so dearly love to be fooled. —Charles Baudelaire ~ Jeffrey Ford
101:Ne cherchez plus mon cœur; des monstres l’ont mangé. ~ Charles Baudelaire
102:From Satan or from God, what matter? Angel or Siren, ~ Charles Baudelaire
103:Immediate work, even poor, is worth more than dreams. ~ Charles Baudelaire
104:Love is the natural occupation of the man of leisure. ~ Charles Baudelaire
105:The act of love greatly resembles torture or surgery. ~ Charles Baudelaire
106:Even when she walks one would believe that she dances. ~ Charles Baudelaire
107:The act of love strongly resembles torture or surgery. ~ Charles Baudelaire
108:Cats, so strong and gentle, the pride of the household. ~ Charles Baudelaire
109:Dancing can reveal all the mystery that music conceals. ~ Charles Baudelaire
110:Do you come from Heaven or rise from the abyss, Beauty? ~ Charles Baudelaire
111:I felt passing over me the wind of the wing of madness. ~ Charles Baudelaire
112:I have cultivated my hysteria with pleasure and terror. ~ Charles Baudelaire
113:It's the devil who pulls the strings that make us dance ~ Charles Baudelaire
114:La soledad es el estado propio del genio y del elegido. ~ Charles Baudelaire
115:There is no more steely barb than that of the Infinite. ~ Charles Baudelaire
116:Always be drunk ... Get drunk militantly. Just get drunk. ~ Charles Baudelaire
117:Beauty is the sole ambition, the exclusive goal of Taste. ~ Charles Baudelaire
118:I am bored in France because everyone resembles Voltaire. ~ Charles Baudelaire
119:I ask every thinking man to show me what remains of life. ~ Charles Baudelaire
120:I have more memories than if I were a thousand years old. ~ Charles Baudelaire
121:Strangeness is the indispensable condiment of all beauty. ~ Charles Baudelaire
122:What a mysterious faculty is that queen of the faculties! ~ Charles Baudelaire
123:What do I care if you are good? Be beautiful! and be sad! ~ Charles Baudelaire
124:A sweetheart is a bottle of wine, a wife is a wine bottle. ~ Charles Baudelaire
125:For the merchant, even honesty is a financial speculation. ~ Charles Baudelaire
126:Nature... is nothing but the inner voice of self-interest. ~ Charles Baudelaire
127:With wine, poetry, or virtue as you choose. But get drunk. ~ Charles Baudelaire
128:Aimer les femmes intelligentes est un plaisir de pédéraste. ~ Charles Baudelaire
129:Art dulls the terror of the void better than anything else. ~ Charles Baudelaire
130:Even if God did not exist it would continue to be sacred
   ~ Charles Baudelaire,
131:Genius is simply childhood, rediscovered by an act of will. ~ Charles Baudelaire
132:Do not look for my heart any more; the beasts have eaten it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
133:One man illumines you with his other sets in you his sorrow. ~ Charles Baudelaire
134:Là, tout n’est qu’ordre et beauté,
Luxe, calme et volupté. ~ Charles Baudelaire
135:Passion I hate, and spirit does me wrong. Let us love gently. ~ Charles Baudelaire
136:Dance can reveal everything mysterious that is hidden in music ~ Charles Baudelaire
137:Il faut e pater le bourgeois. One must astound the bourgeois. ~ Charles Baudelaire
138:Two fundamental literary qualities: supernaturalism and irony. ~ Charles Baudelaire
139:With wine, poetry, or virtue
as you choose.
But get drunk. ~ Charles Baudelaire
140:Everything, alas, is an abyss, — actions, desires, dreams, words! ~ Charles Baudelaire
141:Nature is a word, an allegory, a mold, an embossing, if you will. ~ Charles Baudelaire
142:Oh! Moeten wij eeuwig lijden of altijd vluchten voor wat mooi is? ~ Charles Baudelaire
143:Race of Cain, ascend to heaven, And cast God down upon the earth! ~ Charles Baudelaire
144:We love women in proportion to their degree of strangeness to us. ~ Charles Baudelaire
145:Получава се така, че хората забравят, че преди да бъдат, не са... ~ Charles Baudelaire
146:Any man who does not accept the conditions of life sells his soul. ~ Charles Baudelaire
147:Color... thinks by itself, independently of the object it clothes. ~ Charles Baudelaire
148:Genius is nothing more nor less than childhood recaptured at will. ~ Charles Baudelaire
149:God is the only being who, in order to reign, need not even exist. ~ Charles Baudelaire
150:The will to work must dominate, for art is long and time is brief. ~ Charles Baudelaire
151:All the visible universe is nothing but a shop of images and signs. ~ Charles Baudelaire
152:Garde tes songes, les sages n'en ont pas d'aussi beaux que les fous ~ Charles Baudelaire
153:In our corruption we perceive beauties unrevealed to ancient times. ~ Charles Baudelaire
154:Minusta on tullut sees, koska minun on mahdotonta olla tyytyväinen. ~ Charles Baudelaire
155:Nations, like families, have great men only in spite of themselves. ~ Charles Baudelaire
156:The devil's finest trick is to persuade you that he does not exist. ~ Charles Baudelaire
157:A frenzied passion for art is a canker that devours everything else. ~ Charles Baudelaire
158:The one vice beyond redemption is to do bad things out of stupidity. ~ Charles Baudelaire
159:Tout homme qui n'accepte pas les conditions de la vie, vend son âme. ~ Charles Baudelaire
160:Whether you come from heaven or hell, what does it matter, O Beauty! ~ Charles Baudelaire
161:A man who drinks only water has a secret to hide from his fellow men. ~ Charles Baudelaire
162:It is the greatest art of the devil to convince us he does not exist. ~ Charles Baudelaire
163:On the vaporization and the centralization of the Self. All is there. ~ Charles Baudelaire
164:Today I felt pass over me A breath of wind from the wings of madness. ~ Charles Baudelaire
165:Dans ce trou noir ou lumineux vit la vie, rêve la vie, souffre la vie. ~ Charles Baudelaire
166:Dieu est le seul être qui, pour règner, n'a même pas besoin d'exister. ~ Charles Baudelaire
167:"Extract the eternal from the ephemeral." ~ Charles BaudelaireAbe Toshiyuki @abe_watercolor
168:Who would dare assign to art the sterile function of imitating nature? ~ Charles Baudelaire
169:I can barely conceive a type of beauty in which there is no melancholy. ~ Charles Baudelaire
170:Today I felt pass over me / A breath of wind from the wings of madness. ~ Charles Baudelaire
171:To glorify the cult of images (my great, my only, my earliest passion). ~ Charles Baudelaire
172:...bütün çılgınlıklarda bir yücelik, bütün aşırılıklarda bir güç vardır. ~ Charles Baudelaire
173:Le vin est le support physique, le hachish est une arme pour le suicide. ~ Charles Baudelaire
174:Pukeutumisen moraalinen merkitys.
Pukeutumisen tuottamat tyydytykset. ~ Charles Baudelaire
175:Those men get along best with women who can get along best without them. ~ Charles Baudelaire
176:All which is beautiful and noble is the result of reason and calculation. ~ Charles Baudelaire
177:Any healthy man can go without food for two days--but not without poetry. ~ Charles Baudelaire
178:Being a useful man has always seemed to me to be something truly hideous. ~ Charles Baudelaire
179:God is the only being who, in order to reign, doesn't even need to exist. ~ Charles Baudelaire
180:If the word doesn't exist, invent it; but first be sure it doesn't exist. ~ Charles Baudelaire
181:Qu’est-ce que le cerveau humain, sinon un palimpseste immense et naturel? ~ Charles Baudelaire
182:The form of a town changes more swiftly alas! Than the heart of a mortal. ~ Charles Baudelaire
183:There are some temptations which are so strong that they must be virtues. ~ Charles Baudelaire
184:Today I had a strange warning. I felt the wind of insanity brush my mind. ~ Charles Baudelaire
185:(...), waar de weelde zich met welbehagen in het ordelijke spiegelt (...) ~ Charles Baudelaire
186:I can barely conceive of a type of beauty in which there is no Melancholy. ~ Charles Baudelaire
187:It always seems to me that I should feel well in the place where I am not. ~ Charles Baudelaire
188:It would perhaps be nice to be alternately the victim and the executioner. ~ Charles Baudelaire
189:Photographers, you will never become artists. All you are is mere copiers. ~ Charles Baudelaire
190:To be a great man and a saint to oneself, that's the only important thing. ~ Charles Baudelaire
191:To handle a language skillfully is to practice a kind of evocative sorcery. ~ Charles Baudelaire
192:I am a cemetery abhorred by the moon, In which long worms crawl like remorse. ~ Charles Baudelaire
193:I know that pain is the one nobility / upon which Hell itself cannot encroach ~ Charles Baudelaire
194:L'étude du beau est un duel où l'artiste crie de frayeur avant d'être vaincu. ~ Charles Baudelaire
195:L'oubli puissant habite sur ta bouche,
Et le Léthé coule dans tes baisers. ~ Charles Baudelaire
196:My soul travels on the smell of perfume like the souls of other men on music. ~ Charles Baudelaire
197:Nu disprețuiți sensibilitatea nimănui. Sensibilitatea fiecăruia e geniul lui. ~ Charles Baudelaire
198:Her voice makes perfume when she speaks,
Her breath is music faint and low. ~ Charles Baudelaire
199:If the poet has pursued a moral objective, he has diminished his poetic force. ~ Charles Baudelaire
200:أن تعرف يعني أن تتناقض. ثمة درجة من عدم التناقض لا يرقى إليها شيء سوى الكذب... ~ Charles Baudelaire
201:Every healthy man can do without food for two days — but without poetry, never! ~ Charles Baudelaire
202:Evil is done without effort, naturally, it is the working of fate.”   —Charles Baudelaire ~ Joe Hart
203:However incoherent a human existence may be, human unity is not bothered by it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
204:Pure draughtsmen are philosophers and dialecticians. Colourists are epic poets. ~ Charles Baudelaire
205:Everything that is beautiful and noble is the product of reason and calculation. ~ Charles Baudelaire
206:Romanticism is a grace, celestial or infernal, that bestows us eternal stigmata. ~ Charles Baudelaire
207:What is irritating about love is that it is a crime that requires an accomplice. ~ Charles Baudelaire
208:حين كنت طفلاً، أحسستُ في قلبي إحساسين متعارضين: رعبًا من الحياة ونشوة بالحياة... ~ Charles Baudelaire
209:Cette vie est un hôpital où chaque malade est possédé du désir de changer de lit. ~ Charles Baudelaire
210:For me, Romanticism is the most recent and the most current expression of beauty. ~ Charles Baudelaire
211:I set out to discover the why of it, and to transform my pleasure into knowledge. ~ Charles Baudelaire
212:What is exhilarating in bad taste is the aristocratic pleasure of giving offense. ~ Charles Baudelaire
213:In putting off what one has to do, one runs the risk of never being able to do it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
214:Nature is a temple in which living pillars Sometimes give voice to confused words; ~ Charles Baudelaire
215:There are as many kinds of beauty as there are habitual ways of seeking happiness. ~ Charles Baudelaire
216:Anybody, providing he knows how to be amusing, has the right to talk about himself. ~ Charles Baudelaire
217:Blessed art Thou, Lord, who giveth suffering As a divine remedy for our impurities. ~ Charles Baudelaire
218:Go then, a starveling girl With no perfume or pearls, Only your nudity O my beauty! ~ Charles Baudelaire
219:There is no such thing as a long piece of work, except one that you dare not start. ~ Charles Baudelaire
220:When a singer puts his hand on his heart, it means usually, I will always love you! ~ Charles Baudelaire
221:A tender heart unnerved by nothingness
hoards every fragment of the radiant past. ~ Charles Baudelaire
222:Each day we take another step to hell,
Descending through the stench, unhorrified ~ Charles Baudelaire
223:Let us beware of common folk, common sense, sentiment, inspiration, and the obvious. ~ Charles Baudelaire
224:Olla hyödyllinen ihminen - minusta siinä on aina ollut jotakin hyvin vastenmielistä. ~ Charles Baudelaire
225:Where one should see only what is beautiful, our public looks only for what is true. ~ Charles Baudelaire
226:Life is a hospital in which every patient is possessed by a desire to change his bed. ~ Charles Baudelaire
227:Mida ambitsioossem ja peenem on hing, seda enam ta unelmad eemalduvad võimalikkusest. ~ Charles Baudelaire
228:The man who says his evening prayer is a captain posting his sentinels. He can sleep. ~ Charles Baudelaire
229:The priest is an immense being because he makes the crowd believe astonishing things. ~ Charles Baudelaire
230:Amer savoir, celui qu'on tire du voyage! Bitter is the knowledge gained in travelling. ~ Charles Baudelaire
231:drunk on my own madness, I cried furiously, “Make life beautiful! Make life beautiful! ~ Charles Baudelaire
232:(...) en hun gedachten nemen nu de zachte en onbestemde kleuren van de schemering aan. ~ Charles Baudelaire
233:I am but little disposed to put things in writing. One almost always regrets doing so. ~ Charles Baudelaire
234:Multitude, solitude: equal and interchangeable terms for the active and prolific poet. ~ Charles Baudelaire
235:The immense appetite we have for biography comes from a deep-seated sense of equality. ~ Charles Baudelaire
236:Work makes prosperous days, wine makes happy Sundays.

- Wine and Hashish ~ Charles Baudelaire
237:In my mind it strolls, as well as in my apartment. A cat, strong, sweet and delightful. ~ Charles Baudelaire
238:No task is a long one but the task on which one dare not start. It becomes a nightmare. ~ Charles Baudelaire
239:To fornicate is to aspire to enter into another; the artist never emerges from himself. ~ Charles Baudelaire
240:Vom roade-al nostru suflet în mută convorbire
Nainte să dăm ochii cu marea Plăzmuire ~ Charles Baudelaire industry which can furnish results identical to nature must be the absolute in art. ~ Charles Baudelaire
242:Cum alţii prin iubire-ar vrea,să stăpânească viaţa ta,eu vreau s-o stăpânesc prin groază. ~ Charles Baudelaire
243:Dar te-ndragesc jivina de neinduplecat
Chiar si-n raceala-n care sublim te-ai ferecat ~ Charles Baudelaire
244:Even if it were proven that God didn't exist, Religion would still be Saintly and Divine. ~ Charles Baudelaire
245:Nearly all our originality comes from the stamp that time impresses upon our sensibility. ~ Charles Baudelaire
246:There is no sweeter pleasure than to surprise a man by giving him more than he hopes for. ~ Charles Baudelaire
247:Wandering aimlessly, broken by my thoughts,
Which slowly sharpened daggers at my heart ~ Charles Baudelaire
248:Evil is done without effort, naturally, it's destiny; good is always the product of skill. ~ Charles Baudelaire
249:«¡No renuncies jamás a tus sueños, los cuerdos nada saben del sueño admirable de un loco!» ~ Charles Baudelaire
250:The old Paris is no more (the form of a city changes faster, alas! than a mortal's heart). ~ Charles Baudelaire
251:The panting lover bending o'er his fair one Looks like a dying man caressing his own tomb, ~ Charles Baudelaire
252:the Devil's hand directs our every move - / the things we loathed become the things we love ~ Charles Baudelaire
253:What could be more simple and more complex, more obvious and more profound than a portrait. ~ Charles Baudelaire
254:The study of beauty is a duel in which the artist cries out in terror before he is defeated. ~ Charles Baudelaire
255:Il caos intero piombò in quell'intelligenza
(tout le chaos ruola dans cette intelligence) ~ Charles Baudelaire
256:Là, tout n'est qu'ordre et beauté,
Luxe, calme et volupté.

(L'Invitation au Voyage) ~ Charles Baudelaire
257:N'es-tu pas l'oasis où je rêve, et la gourde
Où je hume à long traits le vin du souvenir ? ~ Charles Baudelaire
258:Ruh ne denli hırslı, ne denli inceyse, düşler de gerçekleşebilecek olandan o denli uzaklaşır. ~ Charles Baudelaire
259:The immense profundity of thought in vulgar locutions, like holes dug by generations of ants. ~ Charles Baudelaire
260:Unable to do away with love, the Church found a way to decontaminate it by creating marriage. ~ Charles Baudelaire
261:Unable to suppress love, the Church wanted at least to disinfect it, and it created marriage. ~ Charles Baudelaire
262:The study of beauty is a duel in which the artist cries out in terror before being vanquished. ~ Charles Baudelaire
263:Ant swarming City
City full of dreams
Where in broad day the specter tugs your sleeve
~ Charles Baudelaire
264:Go then, a starveling girl
With no perfume or pearls,
Only your nudity
O my beauty! ~ Charles Baudelaire
265:Swan-white of heart; I smile not ever neither do I weep.
I am as lovely as a dream in stone. ~ Charles Baudelaire
266:Acel ce-şi strânge lacom iubita-n braţe pare
Un muribund ce-n taină mormântul şi-l dezmiardă. ~ Charles Baudelaire
267:Ancak eşit olduğunu kanıtlayan kişi eşittir bir başkasına, özgürlüğü ancak onu kazanan hak eder. ~ Charles Baudelaire
268:He who looks through an open window sees fewer things than he who looks through a closed window. ~ Charles Baudelaire
269:I love the clouds... the clouds that pass by... over there... over there... those lovely clouds! ~ Charles Baudelaire
270:Let us beware of common folk, of common sense, of sentiment, of inspiration, and of the obvious. ~ Charles Baudelaire
271:The poet enjoys the incomparable privilege of being able to be himself and others, as he wishes. ~ Charles Baudelaire
272:Evil is committed without effort, naturally, fatally; goodness is always the product of some art. ~ Charles Baudelaire
273:J'ai plus de souvenirs que si j'avais mille ans. IhavemorememoriesthanifIwereonethousandyearsold. ~ Charles Baudelaire
274:La noche voluptuosa sube, sosegándolo todo, hasta el hambre. Borrándolo todo, hasta la vergüenza… ~ Charles Baudelaire
275:Lo maravilloso
nos envuelve y nos empapa
como la atmósfera;
y, sin embargo, no lo vemos. ~ Charles Baudelaire
276:Our squalid society rushed, Narcissus to a man, to gaze on its trivial image on a scrap of metal. ~ Charles Baudelaire
277:The more delicate and ambitious the soul, the further do dreams estrange it from possible things. ~ Charles Baudelaire
278:Εγώ λέγω ότι η μοναδική και υπέρτατη ηδονή του έρωτα έγκειται στη βεβαιότητα ότι κάνουμε το κακό. ~ Charles Baudelaire
279:Et, malgré bien des chocs et d'imprévus désastres,
Nous nous sommes souvent ennuyés, comme ici. ~ Charles Baudelaire
280:Within the bottle's depths, the wine's soul sang one night. Drink wine, drink poetry, drink virtue. ~ Charles Baudelaire
281:For every letter of creditors, write fifty lines on an extraterrestrial subject and you'll be saved. ~ Charles Baudelaire
282:Menigte, eenzaamheid: termen die voor de actieve en vruchtbare dichter gelijk en verwisselbaar zijn. ~ Charles Baudelaire
283:There can be no progress-real, moral prgress-except in the individual and by the individual himself. ~ Charles Baudelaire
284:This industry [photography], by invading the territories of art, has become art's most mortal enemy. ~ Charles Baudelaire
285:Even as a child I felt in my heart two opposite emotions: the horror of life and the ecstasy of life. ~ Charles Baudelaire
286:Finer than any sand are dusts of gold that gleam, Vague starpoints, in the mystic iris of their eyes. ~ Charles Baudelaire
287:Mais qu'importe l'éternité de la damnation à qui a trouvé dans une seconde l'infini de la jouissance! ~ Charles Baudelaire
288:The dandy should aspire to be uninterruptedly sublime. He should live and sleep in front of a mirror. ~ Charles Baudelaire
289:And, drunk with my own madness, I shouted at him furiously, "Make life beautiful! Make life beautiful! ~ Charles Baudelaire
290:To the solemn graves, near a lonely cemetery, my heart like a muffled drum is beating funeral marches. ~ Charles Baudelaire
291:What I say is that the supreme and singular joy of making love resides in the certainty of doing evil. ~ Charles Baudelaire
292:It is regrettable that, among the Rights of Man, the right of contradicting oneself has been forgotten. ~ Charles Baudelaire
293:It is the pleasure of astonishing others, and the proud satisfaction of never being astonished by them. ~ Charles Baudelaire
294:Es ist etwas Berauschendes am schlechten Geschmack, nämlich das aristokratische Vergnügen, zu mißfallen. ~ Charles Baudelaire
295:In literature as in ethics, there is danger, as well as glory, in being subtle. Aristocracy isolates us. ~ Charles Baudelaire
296:La poésie est ce qui existe de plus réel, c'est ce qui est complètement vrai dans un autre monde. ~ Charles Baudelaire
297:Nos peches sont tetus, nos repentirs sont laches;
Nous nous faisons payer grassement nos aveux (33-34) ~ Charles Baudelaire
298:The mixture of the grotesque and the tragic is agreeable to the spirit, as are discords to the jaded ear. ~ Charles Baudelaire
299:Fruit free of any bruises, not yet broken open, / With flesh so firm and smooth, it cried out to be eaten! ~ Charles Baudelaire
300:Rather than implore a tear of the world,
Alive, I'd invite the crows
To bleed my tainted carcass. ~ Charles Baudelaire
301:Who in the face of love dares speak to me of Hell!

- Condemned Women: Delphine and Hippolyta ~ Charles Baudelaire
302:Ce qu'il y a d'ennuyeux dans l'amour, c'est que c'est un crime où l'on ne peut pas se passer d'un complice. ~ Charles Baudelaire
303:Eindelijk! De tirannie van het menselijk gelaat is verdwenen en ik zal alleen nog maar door mijzelf lijden. ~ Charles Baudelaire
304:Minutes, foolish mortal, are the base mineral
that you must not let go of without extracting their gold! ~ Charles Baudelaire
305:Romanticism is precisely situated neither in choice of subject, nor exact truth, but in the way of feeling. ~ Charles Baudelaire
306:When it meows, one scarcely hears it... It has not the need of words to speak the lengthiest phraseologies. ~ Charles Baudelaire
307:As a small child, I felt in my heart two contradictory feelings, the horror of life and the ecstasy of life. ~ Charles Baudelaire
308:Life has but one true charm: the charm of the game. But what if we’re indifferent to whether we win or lose? ~ Charles Baudelaire
309:Love is a taste for prostitution. In fact, there is no noble pleasure that cannot be reduced to Prostitution. ~ Charles Baudelaire
310:And over your unconsecrated head you'll hear the howling wolves lament their fate and yours the livelong year. ~ Charles Baudelaire
311:I am unable to understand how a man of honor could take a newspaper in his hands without a shudder of disgust. ~ Charles Baudelaire
312:Isn't it true that a pleasant house makes winter more poetic, and doesn't winter add to the poetry of a house? ~ Charles Baudelaire
313:Comme l'imagination a cre e le monde, elle le gouverne. Because imagination created the world, it governs it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
314:Common sense tells us that the things of the earth exist only a little, and that true reality is only in dreams. ~ Charles Baudelaire
315:There exist only three beings worthy of respect: the priest, the soldier, the poet. To know, to kill, to create. ~ Charles Baudelaire
316:What can an eternity of damnation matter to someone who has felt, if only for a second, the infinity of delight? ~ Charles Baudelaire
317:Alas! Man's vices, horrible as they are supposed to be, contain the positive proof of his taste for the infinite. ~ Charles Baudelaire
318:Delacroix was passionately in love with passion, but coldly determined to express passion as clearly as possible. ~ Charles Baudelaire
319:For each letter received from a creditor, write fifty lines on an extraterrestrial subject and you will be saved. ~ Charles Baudelaire
320:Het weidse park bezwijmt onder het brandend oog van de zon, net als de jeugd onder de heerschappij van de Liefde. ~ Charles Baudelaire
321:We all have the republican spirit in our veins, like syphilis in our bones. We are democratized and venerealized. ~ Charles Baudelaire
322:Habría que añadir dos derechos a la lista de derechos del hombre: El derecho al desorden y el derecho a marcharse. ~ Charles Baudelaire
323:How little remains of the man I once was, save the memory of him! But remembering is only a new form of suffering. ~ Charles Baudelaire
324:I should like the fields tinged with red, the rivers yellow and the trees painted blue. Nature has no imagination. ~ Charles Baudelaire
325:Ne cherchez plus mon coeur; les be" tes l'ont mange . Don't search any further for my heart; wild beasts ate it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
326:Scent, sound or sight, beneficent, malign – Who cares if you’re a blessing or a curse, So long as you bring light, ~ Charles Baudelaire
327:The taste for pleasure attaches us to the present. The concern with our salvation leaves us hanging on the future. ~ Charles Baudelaire
328:All good and genuine draftsmen draw according to the picture inscribed in their minds, and not according to nature. ~ Charles Baudelaire
329:In this horror of solitude, this need to lose his ego in exterior flesh, which man calls grandly the need for love. ~ Charles Baudelaire
330:So as not to feel the horrible burden of time that breaks your back and bends you to the earth, be endlessly drunk. ~ Charles Baudelaire
331:A book is a garden, an orchard, a storehouse, a party, a company by the way, a counselor, a multitude of counselors. ~ Charles Baudelaire
332:and over your unconsecrated head
you'll hear the howling wolves
lament their fate and yours the livelong year; ~ Charles Baudelaire
333:Imagination is the queen of truth, and possibility is one of the regions of truth. She is positively akin to infinity. ~ Charles Baudelaire
334:Todas esas fantasmagorías son casi tan bellas como los ojos de mi hermosa amada, la locuela monstruosa de ojos verdes. ~ Charles Baudelaire
335:Etre un homme utile m'a paru toujours quelque chose de bien hideux. To be useful has always seemed to me quite hideous. ~ Charles Baudelaire
336:A child sees everything in a sense of newness - he is always drunk. Genius is nothing but childhood re-attained at will. ~ Charles Baudelaire
337:Surulliset eläimet. Koiria ei hellitellä niin kuin ei naisiakaan. Niitä on mahdotonta saada leikkimään ja riehaantumaan. ~ Charles Baudelaire
338:Hay mujeres que inspiran deseos de vencerlas o de gozarlas; pero ésta infunde el deseo de morir lentamente ante sus ojos. ~ Charles Baudelaire
339:It is at despair at not being able to be noble and beautiful by natural means that we have made up our faces so strangely. ~ Charles Baudelaire
340:The insatiable thirst for everything that lies beyond, and that life reveals, is the most living proof of our immortality. ~ Charles Baudelaire
341:There is no dream of love, however ideal it may be, which does not end up with a fat, greedy baby hanging from the breast. ~ Charles Baudelaire
342:Have you sunk into so deep a stupor that you are happy only in your unhappiness?

-Anywhere, Out of this World ~ Charles Baudelaire
343:I have always been astonished that women were allowed to enter churches. What conversation can they possibly have with God? ~ Charles Baudelaire
344:As a remedy against all ills - poverty, sickness, and melancholy - only one thing is absolutely necessary: a liking for work ~ Charles Baudelaire
345:Plus belle que Vénus se dressant sur le monde et versant les trésors de sa sérénité et le rayonnement de sa jeunesse blonde. ~ Charles Baudelaire
346:The more one works, the better one works, and the more one wants to work. The more one produces, the more fertile one grows. ~ Charles Baudelaire
347:As the poet Charles Baudelaire quipped, the devil wins at the point where he is able to convince the world that he doesn’t exist. ~ Michael Hudson
348:It would be difficult for me not to conclude that the most perfect type of masculine beauty is Satan, as portrayed by Milton. ~ Charles Baudelaire
349:The insatiable thirst for everything which lies beyond, & which life reveals is the most living proof of our immortality. ~ Charles Baudelaire
350:There are moments of existence when time and space are more profound, and the awareness of existence is immensely heightened. ~ Charles Baudelaire
351:The true voyagers are those who go for the sake of traveling . . . and without quite knowing why, they say, 'Let us depart!'. ~ Charles Baudelaire
352:Toute phrase doit être en soi un monument bien coordonné, l'ensemble de tous ces monuments formant la ville qui est le Livre. ~ Charles Baudelaire
353:But what does it matter what reality is outside myself, so long as it has helped me to live, to feel that I am, and what I am? ~ Charles Baudelaire
354:Everything that gives pleasure has its reason. To scorn the mobs of those who go astray is not the means to bring them around. ~ Charles Baudelaire
355:It is by universal misunderstanding that all agree. For if, by ill luck, people understood each other, they would never agree. ~ Charles Baudelaire
356:Man loves man so much that when he flees the city, it is still to seek the crowd, that is, to rebuild the city in the country. ~ Charles Baudelaire
357:Modernity is the transient, the fleeting, the contingent; it is one half of art, the other being the eternal and the immovable. ~ Charles Baudelaire
358:Para no ser esclavos y mártires del Tiempo, embriagaos, embriagaos sin cesar. De vino, de poesía o de virtud; de lo que queráis. ~ Charles Baudelaire
359:Quand notre coeur a fait une fois sa vendange, Vivre est un mal. Once our heart has been harvested once, Life becomes miserable. ~ Charles Baudelaire
360:¿Quiénes son los infortunados a quien la tarde no calma, y toman, como los búhos, la llegada de la noche por señal de aquelarre? ~ Charles Baudelaire
361:The beginning of a novel: start a subject, no matter where, and to have the desire to finish, start with very beautiful phrases. ~ Charles Baudelaire
362:True Civilization does not lie in gas, nor in steam, nor in turn-tables. It lies in the reduction of the traces of original sin. ~ Charles Baudelaire
363:Drowsing, they take the noble attitude of a great sphinx, who, in a desert land, sleeps always, dreaming dreams that have no end. ~ Charles Baudelaire
364:Here comes the time when, vibrating on its stem, every flower fumes like a censer; noises and perfumes circle in the evening air. ~ Charles Baudelaire
365:La' , tout n'est qu'ordre et beaute , Luxe, calme et volupte . There where all is order and beauty. Lush, calm and voluptuous. ~ Charles Baudelaire
366:oh Lesbos, donde los besos lánguidos o alegres, ardientes como soles, frescos como sandías, son adorno de noches y días de gloria ~ Charles Baudelaire
367:Torture, as the art of discovering the truth, is barbaric nonsense; it is the application of a material means to a spiritual end. ~ Charles Baudelaire
368:Am căutat uitarea-n iubire: ce folos!
Căci dragostea mi-e numai un pat cu spini, făcut
Să dea acestor fete cumplite de băut! ~ Charles Baudelaire
369:Beware of all the paradoxical in love. It is simplicity which saves, it is simplicity which brings happiness...Love should be love. ~ Charles Baudelaire
370:Hashish will be, indeed, for the impressions and familiar thoughts of the man, a mirror which magnifies, yet no more than a mirror. ~ Charles Baudelaire
371:I join a heart of snow to the whiteness of swans; I hate movement for it displaces lines, And never do I weep and never do I laugh. ~ Charles Baudelaire
372:On the day when a young writer corrects his first proof-sheet he is as proud as a schoolboy who has just got his first dose of pox. ~ Charles Baudelaire
373:Celui qui regarde du dehors à travers une fenêtre ouverte, ne voit jamais autant de choses que celui qui regarde une fenêtre fermée. ~ Charles Baudelaire
374:Nothing in a portrait is a matter of indifference. Gesture, grimace, clothing, decor even - all must combine to realize a character. ~ Charles Baudelaire
375:Les amants des prostituées
Sont heureux, dispos et repus;
Quant à moi, mes bras sont rompus
Pour avoir étreint des nuées. ~ Charles Baudelaire
376:The more a man cultivates the arts the less he fornicates. A more and more apparent cleavage occurs between the spirit and the brute. ~ Charles Baudelaire
377:What strange phenomena we find in a great city, all we need do is stroll about with our eyes open. Life swarms with innocent monsters. ~ Charles Baudelaire
378:Woman is in her right and even fulfills a sort of obligation when she takes pains to appear as a magical and supernatural creature.
   ~ Charles Baudelaire,
379:Flesh is willing, but the Soul requires
Sisyphean patience for its song,
Time, Hippocrates remarked, is short
and Art is long. ~ Charles Baudelaire
380:So you see how difficult it is to understand one another, my dear angel, how incommunicable thought is, even between two people in love. ~ Charles Baudelaire
381:Genius is nothing more or less than childhood recovered by will, a childhood how equipped for self-expression with an adult's capacities. ~ Charles Baudelaire
382:It is easy to understand why the rabble dislike cats. A cat is beautiful; it suggests ideas of luxury, cleanliness, voluptuous pleasures. ~ Charles Baudelaire
383:It is necessary to work, if not from inclination, at least from despair. Everything considered, work is less boring than amusing oneself. ~ Charles Baudelaire
384:One should always be drunk. That's all that matters...But with what? With wine, with poetry, or with virtue, as you chose. But get drunk. ~ Charles Baudelaire
385:Ce dragă mi-ai fi,Noapte,când stelele s-ar stinge:lumina lor îngână un cântec cunoscut;iar eu vreau tot ce-i negru și gol și șters și mut! ~ Charles Baudelaire
386:The insatiable thirst for everything which lies beyond, and which life reveals, is the most living proof of our immortality” Charles Baudelaire ~ Russell Brand
387:Folly, error, sin, avarice
Occupy our minds and labor our bodies,
And we feed our pleasant remorse
As beggars nourish their vermin. ~ Charles Baudelaire
388:How difficult it is to understand each other, my dear angel, and how much thought is incommunicable, even between people who love each other! ~ Charles Baudelaire
389:Il me semble que je serais toujours bien la ou je ne suis pas.

It seems to me that I will always be happy in the place where I am not. ~ Charles Baudelaire
390:Like those great sphinxes lounging through eternity in noble attitudes upon the desert sand, they gaze incuriously at nothing, calm and wise. ~ Charles Baudelaire
391:To be wicked is never excusable, but there is some merit in knowing that you are; the most irreparable of vices is to do evil from stupidity. ~ Charles Baudelaire
392:Even in the centuries which appear to us to be the most monstrous and foolish, the immortal appetite for beauty has always found satisfaction. ~ Charles Baudelaire
393:Naista ei ole olemassa. Likainen valkovuodon löyhkä. Ja koska hän ei ole tottunut hellyyteen, hän ei osaa miellyttää. Sitä hän ei tee koskaan. ~ Charles Baudelaire
394:Acı Şeytan, acı şu tükenmeyen yoksulluğuma!

Sensin ezilenlerin, sensin cüzzamlıların bile
İçlerine dolduran Cennet tatlarını sevgiyle ~ Charles Baudelaire
395:It is the hour to be drunken! To escape being the martyred slaves of time, be ceaselessly drunk. On wine, on poetry, or on virtue, as you wish. ~ Charles Baudelaire
396:La, tout n’est qu’ordre et beauté Luxe, calme et volupté There, there is nothing else but grace and measure, Richness, quietness, and pleasure. ~ Charles Baudelaire
397:No hay excusa para la maldad; pero el que es malo, si lo sabe, tiene algún mérito; el vicio más irreparable es el de hacer el mal por tontería. ~ Charles Baudelaire
398:- Ô douleur! ô douleur! Le Temps mange la vie,
Et l'obscur Ennemi qui nous range le coeur
Du sang que nous perdons croît et se fortifie! ~ Charles Baudelaire
399:Zijn mooie, matte ogen, van een donkere en onbestemde kleur, leken op viooltjes die de last van de dikke tranen van het onweer nog dragen (...) ~ Charles Baudelaire
400:Now is the time to get drunk! To stop being the martyred slaves of time, to get absolutely drunk - on wine, poetry, or on virtue, as you please. ~ Charles Baudelaire
401:Pour un de ces regards charmants, baume divin,
Des plaisirs plus obscurs je lèverai les voiles,
Et je t'endormirai dans un rêve sans fin ! ~ Charles Baudelaire
402:On peut chercher dans Dieu le complice et l'ami qui manquent toujours. Dieu est l'éternel confident dans cette tragédie dont chacun est le héros. ~ Charles Baudelaire
403:La mélancolie est l’illustre compagnon de la beauté ; elle l’est si bien que je ne peux concevoir aucune beauté qui ne porte en elle sa tristesse. ~ Charles Baudelaire
404:Il me semble que je serais toujours bien là où je ne suis pas, et cette question de déménagement en est une que je discute sans cesse avec mon âme. ~ Charles Baudelaire
405:You can live three days without bread – without poetry, never; and those of you who can say the contrary are mistaken; they are out of their minds. ~ Charles Baudelaire
406:What strange phenomena we find in a great city, all we need do is stroll about with our eyes open. Life swarms with innocent monsters. —CHARLES BAUDELAIRE ~ Tommy Orange
407:And the least stupid, fleeing the herd where fate has penned them fast, take refuge in the wards of opium, so much for what is news around the world. ~ Charles Baudelaire
408:“Dreams, always dreams ! and the more ambitious and delicate is the soul, the more its dreams bear it away from possibility." ~ Charles Baudelaire"L'invitation au voyage"
409:I love Wagner, but the music I prefer is that of a cat hung up by its tail outside a window and trying to stick to the panes of glass with its claws. ~ Charles Baudelaire
410:Theory of the true civilization. It is not to be found in gas or steam or table turning. It consists in the diminution of the traces of original sin. ~ Charles Baudelaire
411:Tout ce qui plaît a une raison de plaire, et mépriser les attroupements de ceux qui s'égarent n'est pas le moyen de les ramener où ils devraient être. ~ Charles Baudelaire
412:Il était tard; ainsi qu'une médaille neuve
La pleine lune s'étalait,
Et la solennité de la nuit, comme un fleuve
Sur Paris dormant ruisselait. ~ Charles Baudelaire
413:One must work, if not from inclination, at least out of despair — since it proves, on close examination, that work is less boring than amusing oneself. ~ Charles Baudelaire
414:To be away from home and yet find oneself everywhere at home; to see the world, to be at the centre of the world, and yet remain hidden from the world. ~ Charles Baudelaire
415:I think I would be happy in that place I happen not to be, and this question of moving house is the subject of a perpetual dialogue I have with my soul. ~ Charles Baudelaire
416:La, tout n’est qu’ordre et beauté
Luxe, calme et volupté
There, there is nothing else but grace and measure,
Richness, quietness, and pleasure. ~ Charles Baudelaire
417:But how you'd please me, night! without those stars
Whose light speaks in a language I have known!
Since I seek for the black, the blank, the bare! ~ Charles Baudelaire
418:Doar moartea consolează și-ndeamnă a trăi;e idealul vieții și e nădejdea toată,e elixirul care ne-animă și ne-mbată și care dă puterea să mai trăim o zi. ~ Charles Baudelaire
419:Laisse-moi mordre longtemps tes tresses lourdes et noires. Quand je mordille tes cheveux élastiques et rebelles, il me semble que je mange des souvenirs. ~ Charles Baudelaire
420:It is this admirable and immortal instinct for beauty which causes us to regard the earth and its spectacles as a glimpse, a correspondence of the beyond. ~ Charles Baudelaire
421:My dear brothers, never forget, when you hear the progress of enlightenment vaunted, that the devil's best trick is to persuade you that he doesn't exist! ~ Charles Baudelaire
422:Art is an infinitely precious good, a draught both refreshing and cheering which restores the stomach and the mind to the natural equilibrium of the ideal. ~ Charles Baudelaire
423:In art, there is one thing which does not receive sufficient attention. The element which is left to the human will is not nearly so large as people think. ~ Charles Baudelaire
424:It is time to get drunk! So as not to be the martyred slaves of Time, get drunk; get drunk without stopping! On wine, on poetry, or on virtue, as you wish. ~ Charles Baudelaire
425:Toute forme créée, même par l'homme, est immortelle. Car la forme est indépendante de la matière, et ce ne sont pas les molécules qui constituent la forme. ~ Charles Baudelaire
426:Forest, I fear you! In my ruined heart your roaring wakens the same agony as in cathedrals when the organ moans and from the depths I hear that I am damned. ~ Charles Baudelaire
427:شعور بالوحدة ، منذ مولدي. برغم الأسرة ، ووسط الزملاء، على وجه الخصوص ، - شعور المقدر له ان يكون وحيدا إلى الابد.
مع ذلك، نزوع شديد الحيوية للحياة والمتعة ~ Charles Baudelaire
428:In order for the artist to have a world to express he must first be situated in this world, oppressed or oppressing, resigned or rebellious, a man among men. ~ Charles Baudelaire
429:Viens, mon beau chat, sur mon coeur amoureux;
Retiens les griffes de ta patte,
Et laisse-moi plonger dans tes beaux yeux,
Mêlés de métal et d'agate. ~ Charles Baudelaire
430:By nature, by necessity itself, [primitive man] is encyclopedic, while civilized man finds himself confined in the infinitely small regions of specialization. ~ Charles Baudelaire
431:If rape or arson, poison or the knife Has wove no pleasing patterns in the stuff Of this drab canvas we accept as life - It is because we are not bold enough! ~ Charles Baudelaire
432:Thanks be to God, Who gives us sufferingas sacred remedy for all our sins,that best and purest essence which preparesthe strong in spirit for divine delights! ~ Charles Baudelaire
433:He whose thoughts, like skylarks, Toward the morning sky take flight —Who hovers over life and understands with ease The language of flowers and silent things! ~ Charles Baudelaire
434:Nature is a temple in which living columns sometimes emit confused words. Man approaches it through forests of symbols, which observe him with familiar glances. ~ Charles Baudelaire
435:Ailleurs, bien loin d'ici ! trop tard ! jamais peut-être !
Car j'ignore où tu fuis, tu ne sais où je vais,
Ô toi que j'eusse aimée, ô toi qui le savais ! ~ Charles Baudelaire
436:The life of our city is rich in poetic and marvelous subjects. We are enveloped and steeped as though in an atmosphere of the marvelous; but we do not notice it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
437:É a hora de vos embriagardes! Para não serdes escravos martirizados do tempo, embriagai-vos! Embriagai-vos sem cessar! Com vinho, poesia, virtude! Como quiserdes! ~ Charles Baudelaire
438:I watch the springs, the summers, the autumns; And when comes the winter snow monotonous, I shut all the doors and shutters To build in the night my fairy palace. ~ Charles Baudelaire
439:La plus belle des ruses du diable est de vous persuader qu'il n'existe pas."

("The devil's finest trick is to persuade you that he does not exist.") ~ Charles Baudelaire
440:La volupte unique et supre" me de l'amour g|"t dans la certitude de faire le mal. The unique, supreme pleasure of love consists in the certainty of doing evil. ~ Charles Baudelaire
441:The saddest thing is that every love has an unhappy ending, and all the more unhappy in proportion to how divinely it began, with what wings it first took flight. ~ Charles Baudelaire
442:¡Hombre libre, siempre adorarás el mar! El mar es tu espejo; contemplas tu alma En el desarrollo infinito de su oleaje, Y tu espíritu no es un abismo menos amargo. ~ Charles Baudelaire
443:There is a word, in a verb, something sacred which forbids us from using it recklessly. To handle a language cunningly is to practice a kind of evocative sorcery. ~ Charles Baudelaire
444:Te-admiră veşnic Moartea,o,lume caraghioasă,în zvârcolirea-ţi tâmpă,sub orice soare-ai sta,şi-ades,asemeni ţie,în smirnă se-mbăiază,mijindu-şi ironia în nebunia ta. ~ Charles Baudelaire
445:The unique and supreme voluptuousness of love lies in the certainty of committing evil. And men and women know from birth that in evil is found all sensual delight. ~ Charles Baudelaire
446:Il est l'heure de s'enivrer!
Pour n'être pas les esclaves martyrisé du Temps,
Enivrez sans cesse!
De vin, poésie ou de vertu, à votre guise ~ Charles Baudelaire
447:Poetry and progress are like two ambitious men who hate one another with an instinctive hatred, and when they meet upon the same road, one of them has to give place. ~ Charles Baudelaire
448:The Poet is a kinsman in the clouds Who scoffs at archers, loves a stormy day; But on the ground, among the hooting crowds, He cannot walk, his wings are in the way. ~ Charles Baudelaire
449:The dance can reveal everything mysterious that is hidden in music, and it has the additional merit of being human and palpable. Dancing is poetry with arms and legs. ~ Charles Baudelaire
450:There is a certain cowardice, a certain weakness, rather, among respectable folk. Only brigands are convinced-of what? That they must succeed. And so they do succeed. ~ Charles Baudelaire
451:—"¡Ah! ¡no haber parido todo un nudo de víboras, Antes que amamantar esta irrisión! ¡Maldita sea la noche de placeres efímeros En que mi vientre concibió mi expiación! ~ Charles Baudelaire
452:If rape or arson, poison or the knife
Has wove no pleasing patterns in the stuff
Of this drab canvas we accept as life -
It is because we are not bold enough! ~ Charles Baudelaire
453:Je sais la douleur est la noblesse unique O u' ne mordront jamais la terre et les enfers. I know that pain is the one nobility upon which Hell itself cannot encroach. ~ Charles Baudelaire
454:Nothing is as tedious as the limping days, When snowdrifts yearly cover all the ways, And ennui, sour fruit of incurious gloom, Assumes control of fate’s immortal loom ~ Charles Baudelaire
455:Since photography gives us every guarantee of exactitude that we could desire (they really believe that, the mad fools !), then photography and art are the same thing. ~ Charles Baudelaire
456:Nature is a temple, where the living Columns sometimes breathe confusing speech; Man walks within these groves of symbols, each Of which regards him as a kindred thing. ~ Charles Baudelaire
457:Mes chers frères, n'oubliez jamais, quand vous entendrez vanter le progrès des lumières, que la plus belle des ruses du Diable est de vous persuader qu'il n'existe pas ! ~ Charles Baudelaire
458:Oh, Creator! Can monsters exist in the sight of him who alone knows how they were invented, how they invented themselves, and how they might not have invented themselves? ~ Charles Baudelaire
459:Thanks be to God, Who gives us suffering
as sacred remedy for all our sins,
that best and purest essence which prepares
the strong in spirit for divine delights! ~ Charles Baudelaire
460:The pleasure we derive from the representation of the present is due, not only to the beauty it can be clothed in, but also to its essential quality of being the present. ~ Charles Baudelaire
461:Your eyes, brilliant as shop windows Or as blazing lamp-stands at public festivals, Insolently use a borrowed power Without ever knowing the law of their beauty.   Blind, ~ Charles Baudelaire
462:To say the word Romanticism is to say modern art - that is, intimacy, spirituality, color, aspiration towards the infinite, expressed by every means available to the arts. ~ Charles Baudelaire
463:Saniye, tam üç bin altı yüz kez saatte,
Fısıldar:: Anımsa! - Çabuk çabuk, sesiyle
Bir böceğin, Şimdi der: Ben Geçmiş'im bile,
İğrenç hortumumla emdim ömrünü hatta! ~ Charles Baudelaire
464:An artist is only an artist on condition that he neglects no aspect of his dual nature. This dualism is the power of being oneself and someone else at one and the same time. ~ Charles Baudelaire
465:Abolishers of the soul (materialists) are necessarily abolishers of hell, they, certainly, are interested. At all events, they are people who fear to live again--lazy people. ~ Charles Baudelaire
466:A man who from the beginning has long been soaked in the languid atmosphere of a woman, the scent of her hands, her bosom, her knees, her hair, her lithe and flowing clothes, ~ Charles Baudelaire
467:Any newspaper, from the first line to the last, is nothing but a web of horrors, I cannot understand how an innocent hand can touch a newspaper without convulsing in disgust. ~ Charles Baudelaire
468:L'imagination est la reine du vrai, et le possible est une des provinces du vrai. Imagination is the queen of the truth and the possible is one of the provinces of the truth. ~ Charles Baudelaire
469:The Poet is a kinsman in the clouds
Who scoffs at archers, loves a stormy day;
But on the ground, among the hooting crowds,
He cannot walk, his wings are in the way. ~ Charles Baudelaire
470:There are women who inspire you with the desire to conquer them and to take your pleasure of them; but this one fills you only with the desire to die slowly beneath her gaze. ~ Charles Baudelaire
471:A precious liquid, a poison dearer than that of the Borgias - because it is made from our blood, our health, our sleep, and two-thirds of our love - we must be stingy with it. ~ Charles Baudelaire
472:A soul is a thing so impalpable, so often useless and sometimes such a nuisance, that the loss of it disturbed me less than if I had lost my visiting card while taking a walk. ~ Charles Baudelaire
473:Nous avons vu des astres
Et des flots, nous avons vu des sables aussi;
Et, malgré bien des chocs et d'imprévus désastres,
Nous nous sommes souvent ennuyés, comme ici. ~ Charles Baudelaire
474:Le Poète est semblable au prince des nuées
Qui hante la tempête et se rit de l’archer;
Exilé sur le sol au milieu des huées,
Ses ailes de géant l’empêchent de marcher. ~ Charles Baudelaire
475:Le Poëte est semblable au prince des nuées
Qui hante la tempête et se rit de l'archer;
Exilé sur le sol au milieu des huées,
Ses ailes de géant l'empêchent de marcher. ~ Charles Baudelaire
476:Nothing is as tedious as the limping days,
When snowdrifts yearly cover all the ways,
And ennui, sour fruit of incurious gloom,
Assumes control of fate’s immortal loom ~ Charles Baudelaire
477:On evil's cushion poised, His Majesty,
Satan Thrice-Great, lulls our charmed soul, until
He turns to vapor what was once our will:
Rich ore, transmuted by his alchemy. ~ Charles Baudelaire
478:Atatea juvaeruri sunt
Uitate-n bezna si-n pamant,
Dormind in veci necercetate;

Atatea flori dau in zadar
Parfumul lor subtil si rar
In taina si-n singuratate. ~ Charles Baudelaire
479:Nature is a temple, where the living
Columns sometimes breathe confusing speech;
Man walks within these groves of symbols, each
Of which regards him as a kindred thing. ~ Charles Baudelaire
480:Voin vakuuttaa teille, ettei minua vaivaa mikään erityisesti. Olen jatkuvasti pahantuulinen (sekin on sairaus), koska kärsin typeryydestä ympärilläni ja olen tyytymätön itseeni. ~ Charles Baudelaire
481:Bella soy, ¡oh, mortales!, como un sueño de piedra, y mi seno, que a todos por turno a torturado, fue hecho para inspirar al poeta un amor tal como mi materia, inmortal y callado ~ Charles Baudelaire
482:The cannon thunders... limbs fly in all directions... one can hear the groans of victims and the howling of those performing the sacrifice... it's Humanity in search of happiness. ~ Charles Baudelaire
483:Free man, you will always cherish the sea! The sea is your mirror; you contemplate your soul In the infinite unrolling of its billows; Your mind is an abyss that is no less bitter. ~ Charles Baudelaire
484:It is good sometimes that the happy of this world should learn, were it only to humble their foolish pride for an instant, that there are higher, wider, and rarer joys than theirs. ~ Charles Baudelaire
485:In order not to feel time's horrid fardel bruise your shoulders, grinding you into the earth, get drunk and stay that way. On what? On wine, poetry, virtue, whatever. But get drunk! ~ Charles Baudelaire
486:It is one of the prodigious privileges of art that the horrific, artistically expressed, becomes beauty, and that sorrow, given rhythm and cadence, fills the spirit with a calm joy. ~ Charles Baudelaire
487:the Devil's hand directs our every move
the things we loathed become the things we love;
day by day we drop through stinking shades
quite undeterred on our descent to Hell. ~ Charles Baudelaire
488:Tu,care-mi legeni somnul cu mângâieri uşoare
Să nu ştii niciodată cumplitu-mi nenoroc
Nici taina scrisă-n mine cu litere de foc!
De patimă mi-e silă şi orice gând mă doare… ~ Charles Baudelaire
489:In philosophical inquiry, the human spirit, imitating the movement of the stars, must follow a curve which brings it back to its point of departure. To conclude is to close a circle. ~ Charles Baudelaire
490:Au-dessus des étangs, au-dessus des vallées,
Des montagnes, des bois, des nuages, des mers,
Par delà le soleil, par delà les éthers,
Par delà les confins des sphères étoilées ~ Charles Baudelaire
491:And yet
to wine, to opium even, I prefer
the elixir of your lips on which love flaunts itself;
and in the wasteland of desire
your eyes afford the wells to slake my thirst. ~ Charles Baudelaire
492:Dangerous girl, seductive as the weather!
Shall I adore your snows and frosts together?
In your relentless winter shall I feel
A kiss more sharp than that of ice and steel? ~ Charles Baudelaire
493:Late night, and like a medal in the sky
The harvest moon was beaming down,
And, like a river, the solemnity
Of night arranged on the sleeping town.

- Confession ~ Charles Baudelaire
494:Naisten pieksämisen välttämättömyydestä.
Ihminen voi kurittaa niitä joita rakastaa. Kuten lapsiaan.
Mutta samalla tuottaa itselleen sen kivun että joutuu halveksimaan rakkaitaan. ~ Charles Baudelaire
495:Solidão, silêncio, incomparável castidade do azul! Pequena vela a tremular no horizonte, cuja fraqueza e isolamento imitam a minha irremediável existência. Melodia monótona das ondas”. ~ Charles Baudelaire
496:In certain almost supernatural states of the soul, the profundity of life reveals itself entirely in the spectacle, however ordinary it may be, before one's eyes. It becomes its symbol. ~ Charles Baudelaire
497:The artist is today and has been for many years, despite his absence of merit, simply a spoiled child. So many honors, so much money bestowed on men without souls and without education. ~ Charles Baudelaire
498:Where are the dogs going? you people who pay so little attention ask. They are going about their business. And they are very punctilious, without wallets, notes, and without briefcases. ~ Charles Baudelaire
499:I consider it useless and tedious to represent what exists, because nothing that exists satisfies me. Nature is ugly, and I prefer the monsters of my fancy to what is positively trivial. ~ Charles Baudelaire
500:Above my cradle loomed the bookcase where/ Latin ashes and the dust of Greece/ mingled with novels, history, and verse/ in one dark Babel. I was folio-high/ when I first heard the voices. ~ Charles Baudelaire


   1 Integral Yoga

01.03 - Mystic Poetry, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   To sum up and recapitulate. The evolution of the poetic expression in man has ever been an attempt at a return and a progressive approach to the spiritual source of poetic inspiration, which was also the original, though somewhat veiled, source from the very beginning. The movement has followed devious waysstrongly negative at timeseven like man's life and consciousness in general of which it is an organic member; but the ultimate end and drift seems to have been always that ideal and principle even when fallen on evil days and evil tongues. The poet's ideal in the dawn of the world was, as the Vedic Rishi sang, to raise things of beauty in heaven by his poetic power,kavi kavitv divi rpam sajat. Even a Satanic poet, the inaugurator, in a way, of modernism and modernistic consciousness, Charles Baudelaire, thus admonishes his spirit:


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The noun charles baudelaire has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
1. Baudelaire, Charles Baudelaire, Charles Pierre Baudelaire ::: (a French poet noted for macabre imagery and evocative language (1821-1867))

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Baudelaire, Charles Baudelaire, Charles Pierre Baudelaire
   INSTANCE OF=> poet
     => writer, author
       => communicator
         => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
           => organism, being
             => living thing, animate thing
               => whole, unit
                 => object, physical object
                   => physical entity
                     => entity
           => causal agent, cause, causal agency
             => physical entity
               => entity

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1 sense of charles baudelaire                    

Sense 1
Baudelaire, Charles Baudelaire, Charles Pierre Baudelaire
   INSTANCE OF=> poet

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Baudelaire, Charles Baudelaire, Charles Pierre Baudelaire
  -> poet
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   => elegist
   => odist
   => poetess
   => poet laureate
   => poet laureate
   => sonneteer
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