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lyric poetry

pharaoh, roi de la terre de l'Egypte
elle pourrait l'avoir su en ressort premier
quand les mer-vents ont percé nos solitudes
simplement parlant
le roulement triste du tambour insonorisé a le battement
au-dessus du fleuve, sur la colline
tout mon amour pour mon bonbon
très bien, vous libéraux
le régal royal a été fait
foncé-eyed
un oiseau a chanté
indéfiniment

 



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