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Sensation (Sensation)
by Arthur Rimbaud (1870); translated by Wilfred Charles Thorley (1920).

On sunny summer evenings I shall wander down a bridle-path,
The tall corn-blades will fondle me the while I tramp the turf;
And dreaming, I shall feel the chilly sweetness on my idle path,
And as a wave the wind shall lave my naked brow like surf.

I shall not speak a word, no thought shall fill the heart or head of me,
But love shall flow and fill my soul with its o'erbrimming tide;
And I shall wander far away, a gipsy in the tread of me,
As happy there with Nature fair as lover with his bride.

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