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grandma poem

je me tiens par temps gris froid
doucement maintenant la lumière du jour
le roulement triste du tambour insonorisé a le battement
trois jours je les ai entendus s'affliger quand je m'étends complètement
elle était beaucoup et beaucoup d'il y a une année
maintenant tandis que mes lèvres vivent
un stylo d'acier

 



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