Autograph poem in ink by Louis Aragon of 20 verses entitled "Pour demain", also bearing the mention "Lettrine" and at the end of the poem the mention in Aragon's handwriting "Belongs to M. Paul Valéry".
This poem was used for the publication of Louis Aragon's first book "Feu de joie" published in 1920 at "Sans pareil" in which the same mention appears.
... "The only school that was truant / And not Silèle taught me This lip-coloured drunkenness / And the roses of the day in the windows / Like opera girls".
Rare poem by Louis Aragon.
We know the admiration that Louis Aragon and André
Breton had for Paul Valéry at the time.