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AT FONT-GEORGES, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O fields so still and green
Last Line: Phosphor with flowers.
Subject(s): Nature


BALLADE DE VICTOR HUGO, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: En ce temps dedaigneux, la rime
Subject(s): Hugo, Victor (1802-1885)


BALLADE OF THE FOREST HAUNTERS, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Still do they sing, the swarm of mocking fays
Last Line: Where dian thro' the forest fareth by.
Subject(s): Forests; Goddesses & Gods; Mythology; Woods


BALLADE OF THE VOYAGE TO CYTHERA, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I know cythera long is desolate


BALLADE ON THE MIDNIGHT FOREST, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Still sing the mocking fairies, as of old
Subject(s): Forests; Woods


BALLDE DES PENDUS, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Where wide the forest bows are spread
Last Line: This is king louis' orchard close!
Subject(s): Death; Graves; Dead, The; Tombs; Tombstones


FROM THEODORE DE BANVILLE, by ARTHUR REED ROPES               
First Line: We bless the coming of the night
Alternate Author Name(s): Roos, Adrian


GODDESS, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: She had opened an immense hole in the soft ground
Last Line: She whom thou namest death, and she whom thou namest life
Subject(s): Men; Mothers


HUNTING BY THE RULES, by LOIS HIRSHKOWITZ               
First Line: Today in reading banville's ghosts, I chanced upon yet another jewel
Last Line: So this week we're going to concentrate on poetry and fucking


LA MONTAGNE, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Sur les bords de ce flot celeste


LETTER TO THEODORE DE BANVILLE, by ARTHUR RIMBAUD                Poet's Biography
First Line: Monsieur and maitre
Last Line: Am I progressing?


LETTER TO THEODORE DE BANVILLE, by ARTHUR RIMBAUD                Poet's Biography
First Line: Cher maitre, %these are the months of love; I'm seventeen, the time of hope and
Last Line: Help me, maitre: help me find my footing: I am young give me your %hand


LOVE SONG, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Who will, before the break of day
Last Line: Of him, the idol of my soul.
Subject(s): Love


LOVE SONG, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Who ere daylight breaks above
Last Line: Him for whom my soul doth languish
Subject(s): Love


MOURIR, DORMIR, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Il boite affreusement, ce vieux cheval de


NIGHTINGALE, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: See, on the violet-tops
Last Line: Twas but a dream insane
Subject(s): Love


NOUS N'IRONS PLUS AU BOIS, LES LAURIERS SONT COUPES, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography


PRAISE OF WATER, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The rain, the rain at length
Last Line: Wine, wine, exulting wine!
Subject(s): Water


SOUS BOIS, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: A travers le bois fauve et radieux


TEA, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Miss ellen, won't you pour the tea
Last Line: Miss ellen, won't you pour the tea?


THE BALLAD OF BITTER FRUIT, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In the wood with its wide arms overspread
Last Line: This is king lewis his orchard-ground.
Subject(s): Fruit


THE LAURELS ARE FELLED, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: We shall go no more to the woods, the laurels are felled
Last Line: We shall go no more to the woods, the laurels are felled.
Subject(s): Flowers; Forests; Grass; Laurels; Lilies; Woods


THEODORE DE BANVILLE; BALLADE FOR THE FUNERAL, by EDMUND WILLIAM GOSSE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: One ballade more before we say good-night
Last Line: The last is gone, since banville too is dead.
Subject(s): Banville, Theodore De (1823-1891)


TO ADOLPHE GAIFFE, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Young man free from melancholy
Last Line: Words! Words! Come gather roses.
Subject(s): Flowers; Roses; Spring; Wisdom; Youth


TO THE FONT-GEORGES, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Silent fields where I was glad
Last Line: Silver flow'rs.
Subject(s): Children; Fields; Love; Childhood; Pastures; Meadows; Leas


TO THEODORE DE BANVILLE, by CHARLES BAUDELAIRE                Poet's Biography
First Line: So proud your port, your arm so powerful
Last Line: Whom, in his cradle, hercules had slain


TO THEOPHILE GAUTIER, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The poet snares his prize
Last Line: To ply the tool with skill.
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets


WE'LL GO NO MORE THE WOODLAND WAY, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
Last Line: We'll go no more the woodland way, the laurel-leaves are clipt.
Subject(s): Forests; Nature; Woods