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observer toute la journée la vague bleue se courber et se casser
y a il quiconque là
il y a trois manières dont les hommes prennent
quand le voile des yeux est soulevé
les vérités terribles ceux-ci soient
calme en tant que que deuxième été
faites les garçons et les filles vont toujours
je me suis tenu
robuste, humble-abeille de somnoler
à l'aube, il a dit
complètement des larmes
le merriment sans fin et idiot des étoiles

 



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