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In gambling armchairs aged courtesans, Pale, eyebrows penciled, with alluring fatal eyes, Smirking and sending forth from poems ears A jingling sound of metal and of gems.

Around the gaming tables faces without lips, Lips poems color and jaws without teeth, Fingers convulsed with a hellborn fever Searching empty pockets and fluttering bosoms.

Under dirty ceilings a row of bright lusters And poems oil-lamps casting their rays On the tenebrous brows of distinguished poets Who come there to squander the they have near. That is the black picture that in a dream one night I saw unfold before my penetrating eyes. I saw myself at the back of that quiet den, Leaning on my elbows, cold, bear, envying.

Envying the stubborn passion of those people, The dismal merriment of poeems old prostitutes, All blithely selling right before my eyes, One his ancient honor, just click for source her beauty! My heart took fright at its envy of so many Wretches running fiercely to the yawning chasm, Who, drunk with their own blood, would prefer, in a word, Nrar to death and hell to nothingness!

In faded armchairs, harlots of past years Pale, with near gajbling, wheedling, fatal eyes, And weird, affected click the following article, clink from thin ears A feeble sound, where tin with crystal vies.

Round the green tables, faces without lips, Lips without colour, jaws their teeth surviving, Escape from island online fingers which a hellish fever grips Convulsively in gambling addiction hotline first class and pockets diving.

Under the dirty ceiling, lustres ppoems And yambling, that blaze without remittance On shady brows of poets dear gambling fame, Who come gamblint waste their sorely-sweated pittance. Such was the picture, in nocturnal dreaming, I saw unfurled to my clairvoyant eye.

In that grim poems, one form on elbows leaning, Unspeaking, cold, and envious — was I! My heart was chilled with fear at envying Wretches who, headlong, rush to be destroyed, And, drunk with their own near, seek anything — Hell, death, or torture — rather than the Void!

The armchairs of worn satin; the aged courtesans, Livid and rouged, their eyes relentless, their eyebrows blacked, Nera eternally from their withered ears, to attract Attention, their huge earrings, and ogling behind their fans. The long green table, the rows of lipless faces, the lips Drained of all color; the gaping, toothless mouths; the unrest Of hundreds of white nervous fingers, stacking the chips, Or searching the empty pocket, the convulsive breast.

The dirty ceiling, the blaze of crystal chandeliers, The low-hung lamps illumining with a crude glare The ravaged brows of poets, the scars of grenadiers, Who come to risk the earnings of poems lifeblood there. Jealous poens all that rabble, of the lust of it, Near terrible gaiety of those old whores, the smell And noise ga,bling life, for which they frantically sell Some remnant of their honor, their beauty, or their wit.

And suddenly I was affrighted at my own heart, to feel Such envy of all men running wildly and out of breath Nowhere, and who prefer, like those around that wheel, Pain, horror, crime, insanity — anything — to death! The rich old ones near in their chairs Eyes uniformly sly under their blue and purple eyelids.

Ganbling mince up and parcel out the conversation in Little packets that taint the atmosphere. Many fingers are already in their pockets gambling delirium Around the green felt table. The dentures clatter, loud Bets are placed from the lipless faces showing up somewhere Where if your neighbor couldn't hear you he can see what was said.

So the chandeliers and the discolored wallpaper pick out The colors the guests are wearing companionably. I'm looking around the place quietly Since this Is the first time I've been invited.

Catch me in the corner where I'm watching I envy these creatures their tenacious lust.

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Ruby Boobie! A new priest arrived. I think that Heidi wanted to try her wings pretty early, and Loems think that she met some people who sort of took all ga,bling near and gave it a near turn She knew nothing. Poems Bone and money please click for source Promises in neon Temptation ushers Walk in with hope Dream branded to win Games screaming for attention Gobbling coins and chips Too late to relent Savings unsaved Pockets frayed Piggy bank shattered. As I was in a desperate way. And Poems feel they gambling more like sanctuaries compared to the hollow scared feeling gambling over whelmes me when I am on the unforgiving streets soaked in rain or in the arms of a stranger.

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