Poésies (Rimbaud)  

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The poems of Arthur Rimbaud were written between approx. 1869 and 1873. Les étrennes des orphelins (1869) is the first known poem of Rimbaud.

Three poems (Credo in Unam/Soleil et Chair, Ophélie and Sensation) were sent by him to the poet Théodore de Banville in a letter dated May, 24 1870.

Probably the most well known poem is Le bateau ivre.




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