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sad death poem

quand j'étais un garçon à l'université
dernier minuit
je me demande où vous vivez
j'ai hérité le désert parce que mon âme est assoiffée
gaily par les champs nous avons dansé
une vie sur la vague d'océan
laissez une subsistance de joie vous


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