On a wall in rue Férou, near Église Saint-Sulpice:
1854 – CHARLEVILLE
1891 – MARSEILLE
LE BATEAU IVRE'
This is simply a note about the remarkable wall giving in full the content of 'Le Bateau ivre', one of Rimbaud's most famous poems, which he addressed to friends in 1871, at the age of seventeen, near Place Saint Sulpice.
The friends (as mentioned in a previous post, which is where I copied this image from) were the 'Vilains Bonhommes', and this plaque is on the corner of rue Bonaparte and rue du Vieux Colombier. The poem as it appears on the wall: