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oranges de plumaison nubian bleu-noires
comment comme les étoiles sont ces le blanc, les visages inconnus
laissez-nous pitié ceux outre dont soyez meilleur que nous sont
dans pouvez
dans des nombres mournful
ville qui n'est pas une ville
pourquoi puis, la nécessité nous voient?
il y a une heure du repos paisible
elle était beaucoup et beaucoup d'il y a une année


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