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elements of poetry

j'ai vu avec les yeux ouverts
mon amour vrai de son oreiller a monté
pourquoi si triste mon bel?
il n'y a aucune évasion par le fleuve
dans leurs regimentals loqueteux
le mystère le plus foncé et le plus étrange
une histoire très remarquable ceci est
il aurait même sa plaisanterie
peu de parc que je traverse


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