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je l'aime
mon fils est mort et je suis aveugle allant
j'ai aimé une femme
chien de guingan et le chat de calicot
je vous ai détesté
qui aime la pluie
ville qui n'est pas une ville
quatre-vingts ans ont passé, et plus
sous ma fenêtre dans une rue de ville
je ne puis pas toujours sentir son greatness
gros mâles noirs dans une salle de vin-baril
quelques jours plus venteux


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