Le Tombeau de Jean de La Fontaine (French Edition) by Francis Jammes Book Summary:
Extrait :L’AUTEURLa Fontaine reçut du ciel ce nom chantant.En lui se produisit cette métamorphoseQue d’homme qu’il était, comme Adonis la rose,Il devint la fontaine au regard transparent.Mais voici que se tait son flot pur. La colombeQui se mirait dedans et qui lui répondaitFait silence à son tour et je vois son duvetSous la flèche neiger tandis qu’elle succombe.
Le tombeau de Jean de La Fontaine, suivi de Poémes mesurés (French Edition) by Francis Jammes Book Summary:
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Le Tombeau De Jean De La Fontaine: Suivi De Poèmes Mesurés (French Edition) by Francis Jammes Book Summary:
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