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i love you poem

behold je, en mon chiffon, gaze et tresse
ami, dont le sourire est venu pour être
substance de la lune
le ciel
nous n'étions pas beaucoup
la pluie plus de, et l'air brillant
j'ai eu une crainte dans ma vie
j'étais une déesse avant que le marbre m'ait trouvé
laissez-nous pitié ceux outre dont soyez meilleur que nous sont
dossier une nuit de vol
monde qui change sous ma main
tous ces trésors qui se trouvent
ombres à ailes balayant près

 



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