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The tomb of Edgar Allan Poe a few steps from Baltimore's Inner Harbor. A 2 or 3 meter rise in the ocean level should be enough to place it underwater, so here is a homage to Poe's tomb by a French poet, Stéphane Mallarmé
http://wheatoncollege.edu/vive-voix/poemes/le-tombeau-dedgar-poe/
I didn't like the online translations e.g. here https://www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-tomb-of-edgar-allan-poe/ so am providing my own. Might be worth a try, if all other approaches have failed :)


Le Tombeau d'Edgar Poe

............................................
………………………………….
Eux, comme un vil sursaut d’hydre oyant jadis l’ange
Donner un sens plus pur aux mots de la tribu
Proclamèrent très haut le sortilège bu
Dans le flot sans honneur de quelque noir mélange.

Du sol et de la nue hostiles, ô grief !
Si notre idée avec ne sculpte un bas-relief
Dont la tombe de Poe éblouissante s'orne

Calme bloc ici-bas chu d'un désastre obscur
Que ce granit du moins montre à jamais sa borne
Aux noirs vols du Blasphème épars dans le futur.

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The Tomb Of Edgar Allan Poe
…………………………
…………………………
The many-headed hydra of the tribe heard
The angel purifying the tribal words
And loudly proclaimed some curse had been called up
From dark depths of some monstrous tide

Alas, soil and cloud alike are hostile
May our concept sculpt a frieze
To ornament the dazzling tomb of Poe

Calm block here warning of some dark doom
This granite marks the limit for all time
Of the reach of Blasphemy stretching into the future

March 26, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterEcoute Sauvage

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