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From Le Miroir du Ciel Natal Les réverbères en enfilade Ont allumé leurs pensives veilleuses Quotidiennes, Formant un jeu d’ombres silencieuses Qui vont et viennent . . La Ville est-elle plus malade Le soir? On dirait qu’il fait plus noir; Le vent a l’air de plaindre Quelqu’un qui ne guérira plus; Une petite cloche tinte Le dernier angélus; L’air est sonore à cause du silence; Les peupliers, dont la cime s’élance, Ont peur de faire trop de bruit; Et les passants embrument leur marche Comme dans une chambre, autour d’un lit .

More and more, the evening submerges the image, Forcing it down, like a surviving moon, Weakening it, like the dying sound of a horn, A face in flight and which all the shadows stain, A face, which seems already to have done, Sunken, disappeared in infinity; Oh, this play in the mirror, where you watch your own destruction! “At evening, they appear . ” from The Reign of Silence At evening, they appear at the windows of the soul, Those former faces, which have remained in the glass, In spite of time, their remembrance has endured, Faces from the past, so painful to meet again; Brows ceaselessly grown pale; lips with lost bloom; Eyes covered each day with fresh layers of shadows, Which add, in our thought, the finishing touches to their death .

O réverbères! Ils s’alarment Et sentent la mort en chemin; Ils ont quelque chose d’humain, Ils tremblent et semblent pâlir Comme si dans leur flamme il y avait des larmes! Qu’est-ce qui va mourir? Un cygne averti chante sur l’eau noire . . Il se peut que la Ville meure Ce soir . . Les réverbères pleurent! “La Nuit est seule, comme un pauvre. . ” from Le Miroir du Ciel Natal La Nuit est seule, comme un pauvre. Les réverbères offrent Leur flamme jaune Comme une aumône. La nuit se tait comme une église close.

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