Mais toujours magnificent. A poet Is a unique being From an exemplary multitude Who only thinks in verse And only writes in music On diverse subjects Reds and greens But always magnificently.
There are only two things: love, all sorts of love, with pretty girls, and the music of New Orleans or Duke Ellington. Everything else ought to go, because everything else is ugly.
I thought narcissism meant you loved yourself. Then someone told me there is a flip si...- Emily Levine
Love begins with a smile, grows with a kiss, and ends with a teardrop.- Augustine of Hippo
I love everything that’s old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wines.- Oliver Goldsmith
I would like my life to be a statement of love and compassion-and where it isn't, that's w...- Ram Dass
To forgive is the highest, most beautiful form of love. In return, you will receive untold...- Robert Muller
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|Birth:||10th March, 1920|
|Death:||23rd June, 1959|
|Profession:||Engineer, Journalist, Musician, Novelist, Playwright, Poet, Singer, Translator|
Boris Vian was a French polymath: writer, poet, musician, singer, translator, critic, actor, inventor and engineer. He is best remembered today for his novels. Vian was also an important influence on the French jazz scene. He served as liaison for Hoagy Carmichael, Duke Ellington and Miles Davis in Paris, wrote for several French jazz-reviews and published numerous articles dealing with jazz both in the United States and in France. His own music and songs enjoyed popularity during his lifetime, particularly the anti-war song "Le Déserteur". By this time he was an accomplished jazz trumpeter, and in 1943 he wrote his first novel, Trouble dans les andains. His literary career started in 1943 with his first publication, a poem, in the Hot Club de France bulletin.
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