Egoisme proudly presents three new releases that will bring you to the height of the discerning and noble of class.
Egoisme’s Amor gown, available at the RP Store, offers up the beauty of the renaissance period, a time when grace and and perfection was not merely adored, but expected of any lady. With an intricate detailed circlet of pearls and diamonds held in the clutches of golden branches and a delicate golden bracelet… this cloth whispers to all of your value to society.
Long taffeta in both opaque and sheer cloth clings to your form before cascading down the thighs like a sweet waterfall of precious fabrics. The matching half veil adds that extra distinction, letting all know there is a lady present.
Egoisme’s Renaissance Throne, found in the furniture store, is the perfect match to the Amor gown. This beautiful throne is born in custom textures, offers multiple sits for both male and female royalty. A mere touch of the base offers a choice of cushions , either to the left or right side or both pillows for two guests. Each cushion holds the highest quality in animations for your cherished guests. This throne will be joined by a fully scripted adult version in the next few days.
The long awaited Le Fleurs Du Mal Suit #3, found in the Haute Couture (High Class) section, is a testament to the incredible beauty of these poems. This is a tribute to Charles Baudelaire’s poem: Le Fleurs du mal.
First published in 1857, “Les fleurs du mal” is a collection of poems divided into five sections:
Spleen et ideal
Les fleurs du mal
On its initial publication Baudelaire and his publisher were prosecuted for an “insult to public decency”, and six poems were banned. A second edition was published in 1861 which contained 32 new poems and a new section entitled “Tableaux Parisiens”.
The poems contained in this collection deal with a wide variety of themes and generally reflect the philosophical mood of the time, as well as Baudelaire’s own feelings and torment. For a page discussing some of the philosophical ideas which were prevalent at the time of writing, and which undoubtedly exercised considerable influence on Baudelaire, please click here.
Baudelaire’s poetry is remarkably clear, incisive and accessible. Although highly personal, he manages to make points which are equally applicable to all men. He considers themes such as good and evil, human nature, conflict between the spiritual and the physical, religion, death, time, discipline and self-control, boredom, destiny and artistry.
Je suis belle, ô mortels! comme un rêve de pierre,
Et mon sein, où chacun s’est meurtri tour à tour,
Est fait pour inspirer au poète un amour
Éternel et muet ainsi que la matière.
Je trône dans l’azur comme un sphinx incompris ;
J’unis un coeur de neige à la blancheur des cygnes ;
Je hais le mouvement qui déplace les lignes,
Et jamais je ne pleure et jamais je ne ris.
Les poètes, devant mes grandes attitudes,
Que j’ai l’air d’emprunter aux plus fiers monuments,
Consumeront leurs jours en d’austères études ;
Car j’ai, pour fasciner ces dociles amants,
De purs miroirs qui font toutes choses plus belles :
Mes yeux, mes larges yeux aux clartés éternelles !
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