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wedding poem

hauts murs et énorme
de la chanson et du rêve pour jamais allé
il y a des gains pour toutes nos pertes
par le rivage, par la mer
là par la fenêtre dans la vieille maison
je sais pas où
le ciel
son visage est juste et lisse et bon
je suis une femme
quelque part j'ai lu un conte étrange, vieux, rouillé
pour moi étais un conseiller décharné et grave

 



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