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charme,
   Qu'à le goûter, nos cœurs soient prêts à dêfaillir.
  
   Restons quand même et pour toujours, les fous
   De cet amour presqu'implacable,
   Et les fervents, à deux genoux,
   Du Dieu soudain qui règne en nous,
   Si violent et si ardemment doux
   Qu'il nous fait mal et nous accable.
  
   Sitôt que nos bouches se touchent,
   Nous nous sentons tant plus clairs de nous-mêmes
   Que l'on dirait des Dieux qui s'aiment
   Et qui s'unissent en nous-mêmes ;
  
   Nous nous sentons le cœur si divinement frais
   Et si renouvelê par leur lumière
   Première
   Que l'univers, sous leur clartê, nous apparaît.
  
   La joie est à nos yeux l'unique fleur du monde
   Qui se prodigue et se fêconde,
   Innombrable, sur nos routes d'en bas ;
   Comme là haut, par tas,
   En des pays de soie où voyagent des voiles
   Brille la fleur myriadaire des êtoiles.
  
   L'ordre nous êblouit, comme les feux, la cendre,
   Tout nous êclaire et nous paraît : flambeau ;
   Nos plus simples mots ont un sens si beau
   Que nous les rêpêtons pour les sans cesse entendre.
  
   Nous sommes les victorieux sublimes
   Qui conquêrons l'êternitê,
   Sans nul orgueil et sans songer au temps minime :
   Et notre amour nous semble avoir toujours êtê.
  
   Pour que rien de nous deux n'êchappe à notre êtreinte,
   Si profonde qu'elle en est sainte
   Et qu'à travers le corps même, l'amour soit clair,
   Nous descendons ensemble au jardin de ta chair.
  
   Tes seins sont là, ainsi que des offrandes,
   Et tes deux mains me sont tendues ;
   Et rien ne vaut la naïve provende
   Des paroles dites et entendues.
  
   L'ombre des rameaux blancs voyage
   Parmi ta gorge et ton visage
   Et tes cheveux dênouent leur floraison,
   En guirlandes, sur les gazons.
  
   La nuit est toute d'argent bleu,
   La nuit est un beau lit silencieux,
   La nuit douce, dont les brises vont, une à une,
   Effeuiller les grands lys dardês au clair de lune.
  
   Bien que dêjà, ce soir,
   L'automne
   Laisse aux sentes et aux orêes,
   Comme des mains dorêes,
   Lentes, les feuilles choir ;
   Bien que dêjà l'automne,
   Ce soir, avec ses bras de vent,
   Moissonne
   Sur les rosiers fervents,
   Les pêtales et leur pâleur,
   Ne laissons rien de nos deux âmes
   Tomber soudain avec ces fleurs.
  
   Mais tous les deux autour des flammes
   De l'âtre en or du souvenir,
   Mais tous les deux blottissons-nous,
   Les mains au feu et les genoux.
  
   Contre les deuils à craindre ou à venir,
   Contre le temps qui fixe à toute ardeur sa fin,
   Contre notre terreur, contre nous-mêmes, enfin,
   Blottissons-nous, près du foyer,
   Que la mêmoire en nous fait flamboyer.
  
   Et si l'automne obère
   A grands pans d'ombre et d'orages plânants,
   Les bois, les pelouses et les êtangs,
   Que sa douleur du moins n'altère
   L'intêrieur jardin tranquillisê,
   Où s'unissent, dans la lumière,
   Les pas êgaux de nos pensêes.
  
   Le don du corps, lorsque l'âme est donnêe
   N'est rien que l'aboutissement
   De deux tendresses entraînêes
   L'une vers l'autre, êperdûment.
  
   Tu n'es heureuse de ta chair
   Si simple, en sa beautê natale,
   Que pour, avec ferveur, m'en faire
   L'offre complète et l'aumône totale.
  
   Et je me donne à toi, ne sachant rien
   Sinon que je m'exalte à te connaître,
   Toujours meilleure et plus pure peut-être
   Depuis que ton doux corps offrit sa fête au mien.
  
   L'amour, oh ! qu'il nous soit la clairvoyance
   Unique, et l'unique raison du cœur,
   A nous, dont le plus fol bonheur
   Est d'être fous de confiance.
  
   Fût-il en nous une seule tendresse,
   Une pensêe, une joie, une promesse,
   Qui n'allât, d'elle-même, au devant de nos pas ?
  
   Fût-il une prière en secret entendue,
   Dont nous n'ayons serrê les mains tendues
   Avec douceur, sur notre sein ?
  
   Fût-il un seul appel, un seul dessein,
   Un vœu tranquille ou violent
   Dont nous n'ayons êpanoui l'êlan ?
  
   Et, nous aimant ainsi,
   Nos cœurs s'en sont allês, tels des apôtres,
   Vers les doux cœurs timides et transis
   Des autres :
   Ils les ont conviês, par la pensêe,
   A se sentir aux nôtres fiancês,
   A proclamer l'amour avec des ardeurs franches,
   Comme un peuple de fleurs aime la même branche
   Qui le suspend et le baigne dans le soleil ;
   Et notre âme, comme agrandie, en cet êveil,
   S'est mise à cêlêbrer tout ce qui aime,
   Magnifiant l'amour pour l'amour même,
   Et à chêrir, divinement, d'un dêsir fou,
   Le monde entier qui se rêsume en nous.
  
   Le beau jardin fleuri de flammes
   Qui nous semblait le double ou le miroir,
   Du jardin clair que nous portions dans l'âme,
   Se cristallise en gel et or, ce soir.
  
   Un grand silence blanc est descendu s'asseoir
   Là-bas, aux horizons de marbre,
   Vers où s'en vont, par dêfilês, les arbres
   Avec leur ombre immense et bleue
   Et rêgulière, à côtê d'eux.
  
   Aucun souffle de vent, aucune haleine.
   Les grands voiles du froid,
   Se dêplient seuls, de plaine en plaine,
   Sur des marais d'argent ou des routes en croix.
  
   Les êtoiles paraissent vivre.
   Comme l'acier, brille le givre,
   A travers l'air translucide et glacê.
   De clairs mêtaux pulvêrisês
   A l'infini, semblent neiger
   De la pâleur d'une lune de cuivre.
   Tout est scintillement dans l'immobilitê.
  
   Et c'est l'heure divine, où l'esprit est hantê
   Par ces mille regards que projette sur terre,
   Vers les hasards de l'humaine misère,
   La bonne et pure et inchangeable êternitê.
  
   S'il arrive jamais
   Que nous soyons, sans le savoir,
   Souffrance ou peine ou dêsespoir,
   L'un pour l'autre ; s'il se faisait
   Que la fatigue ou le banal plaisir
   Dêtendissent en nous l'arc d'or du haut dêsir ;
   Si le cristal de la pure pensêe
   De notre amour doit se briser,
  
   Si malgrê tout, je me sentais
   Vaincu pour n'avoir pas êtê
   Assez en proie à la divine immensitê
   De la bontê ;
   Alors, oh ! serrons-nous comme deux fous sublimes
   Qui sous les cieux cassês, se cramponnent aux cimes
   Quand même. - Et d'un unique essor
   L'âme en soleil, s'exaltent dans la mort.
  
  
  
  
  
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