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graduation poem

je réside à la montagne de table
les cieux qu'ils étaient ashen et sobre
elle a dit
dépassement par les murs blottis et laids
le corps peut confiner
hors de la fenêtre une mer des arbres verts
un stylo d'acier
peu de parc que je traverse
pas du monde large de totalité
à partir des prés riches avec du maïs
comment comme les étoiles sont ces le blanc, les visages inconnus

 



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