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"THE art of Paul Verlaine is something new, absolutely new, to poetry. Romances sans Paroles — songs without words — is the name of one of his volumes, and his poetry at its best might almost be called disembodied song."--Arthur Symons on Paul Verlaine in the National Review (1892)

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Disembodied means having no material body; incorporeal or insubstantial, as in a disembodied voice came from nowhere.

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