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Quotation by Charles Baudelaire
These great and beautiful ships, imperceptibly rocking like waddling ducks on tranquil waters, these robust ships, with their idle and nostalgic air, aren't they telling us in a silent tongue: When are we leaving for happiness?
Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867), French poet, critic. My Heart Laid Bare, VIII (1887).
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