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Autour de ma maison
Emile Verhaeren
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La nuit
Alfred de Musset
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Moesta et Errabunda (Grieving and Wandering)
Charles Baudelaire
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A celle qui est restée en France
Victor Marie Hugo
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A mademoiselle Louise B.
Victor Marie Hugo
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A Pâques
Emile Verhaeren
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Absence
Théophile Gautier
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Ah! Je Les Reconnais
Andre Marie de Chenier
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Au bord de la mer
Victor Marie Hugo
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Bièvre
Victor Marie Hugo
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Booz Endormi
Victor Marie Hugo
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Chanson des oiseaux
Victor Marie Hugo
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Comme aux âges naïfs, je t'ai donné mon coeur
Emile Verhaeren
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Crépuscule
Victor Marie Hugo
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Hymne A La Justice
Andre Marie de Chenier
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Je suis un pâle enfant du vieux Paris...
François Coppée
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La chanson de l'air
Rene Francois Armand Prudhomme
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Les barbares
Emile Verhaeren
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Les collines
Guillaume Apollinaire
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Les genêts
Maurice Rollinat
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Les Genêts
Maurice Rollinat
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Les ombres
Emile Verhaeren
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Les routes
Emile Verhaeren
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Les villes
Emile Verhaeren
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O Muses, Accourez
Andre Marie de Chenier
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