Poet Charles Baudelaire

French poet and critic (B:1821-04-09 - D:1867-08-31)

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Il Aimait à? La Voir

It was in her white skirts that he loved to see
her run straight through the branches and leaves, gracefully,
but still gauche, and hiding her leg from the light,
when she tore her dress, on the briars, in her flight.

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