Guillaume Apollinaire — Poet

A Portrait

“…poetry is a power to transform even the dullest activities of the mind.”

Apollinaire, the Cubist at rest. Image: Mondayoumardi

Under the Pont Mirabeau the Seine

Flows with our loves

Must I recall again?

Joy always used to follow after pain…

Penguin’s 1965 Apollinaire: Selected Poems (one of their Modern European Poets

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