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nemorofone with the fairies?

-- By  matt in  nowhere special on Sat, 7 Apr 2007 at 20:05.

nemoforone, is that a green fairy inspired thought? lol how much did you drink before you came up with such a profound idea?

i just finished reading Rimbaud's biography by Graham Robb:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rimbaud-Graham-Robb/dp/0330488031

superb!

 
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The Green Fairy was no stranger to Arthur Rimbaud, the 'first punk poet'. Rimbaud was a notorious rule-breaker; both his poetry and his lifestyle defied the conventions of his time.


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