Guitar from Puisque Mai tout en fleurs (A. Jacques / Victor Hugo) - original version
Poem by Victor hugo dated 1835. Also set in music by Gabriel Fauré ( "Mai"). Translation:
Since May all in bloom is calling us in the meadows Come! and don’t be tired of mixing your soul With the countryside, the woods, the charming shades, The large moonlights on the banks of sleeping waters,
The track where the path is starting, And the air and the spring and the immense horizon, An horizon that this world is attaching humble and joyous Like a hem at the bottom of the robe of the sky!
Come! and may the gaze of the modest stars Which falls on the earth through so many veils, May the tree pervaded with perfumes and songs, May the scorching breath of midday in the fields,
And the shade and the sunshine and the water and the greenery, And the glow of the whole nature Cause to open, like a double flower, Beauty on your forehead and love in your heart!
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