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poetry in motion

je réside à la montagne de table
chantez-encore à la chanson vous chanté
parmi les montagnes j'ai erré
une fois ce gazon mou
o juste et stately bonne, dont les yeux
ont eu lui et I mais réuni
ce qui je vous doivent
la nuit passée la pleine lune a étendu un tissu de blanc
foncé-eyed
tranquillement, avec le reverance, dans la crainte
un dieu
en ce moment
je secoue mes cheveux dans le vent du matin

 



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