I need to get a jacket like his and plunge my hand into it at random times like I am pitiable and sad. It would rock.
This is me and my dual being scientific together
I LOVE Baudelaire! Fleur de Mal!! Whoo!
What's with that hand thing though? Very Napoleonic.
socio: INFp - IEI
ennea: 4w5 sp/sx
Originally Posted by Mark Twain
One of the authors we are studying in intro literature
Charles Baudelaire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I'd say a particularly melancholy/negative SEI or IEI, also definitally a 4w5, his incessant negativity and subversion from typically notions reminds me of strrrng slightly
Originally Posted by To the readerOriginally Posted by carrion
protoype for socioniko's.net iei description
yea lol I was thinking the same thing hahaha, but crazedrat's writings don't remind me of baudelaire... just the picture
no clue about his type but I like this poem by him
I am as lovely as a dream in stone,
And this my heart where each finds death in turn,
Inspires the poet with a love as lone
As clay eternal and as taciturn.
Swan-white of heart, a sphinx no mortal knows,
My throne is in the heaven's azure deep;
I hate all movements that disturb my pose,
I smile not ever, neither do I weep.
Before my monumental attitudes,
That breathe a soul into the plastic arts,
My poets pray in austere studious moods,
For I, to fold enchantment round their hearts,
Have pools of light where beauty flames and dies,
The placid mirrors of my luminous eyes.
4w5 sp/sx I would say... prolly IEI.
Sylvia Plath — 'I desire the things which will destroy me in the end.'
"...Generally, by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. But these things don't matter at all, because once you are Real you can't be ugly" (the Skin Horse)
Mortal, mortal, what would you
With that beauty once was yours?
Perishable is the dew,
And the dust endures.
Baudelaire was probably a Sensing type. Why do all poets have to be IEI.