Quote by: Arthur Rimbaud

I told myself 'Everything is a being! The shout that passes into the air is an entity like an animal, since it is born, produces a movement, and is again transformed, in order to die. So the fearful mind that believes in incorporeal beings is not wrong. What are they?


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Author Bio


  • NameArthur Rimbaud
  • DescriptionFrench Decadent and Symbolist poet
  • BornOctober 20, 1854
  • DiedNovember 10, 1891
  • CountryFrance
  • ProfessionPoet; Travel Writer; Arms Trafficker; Adventurer
  • AwardsHenriëtte Roland Holst Award