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babylon -- où je vais rêver
ont eu lui et I mais réuni
le ciel
écoutez la mer retentissante
les longs couloirs de marbre resounding
ma mère me tortille des roses humides avec la rosée
par de la large le sein faisant mal terre
trois jours je les ai entendus s'affliger quand je m'étends complètement
dans la sphère
pourquoi puis, la nécessité nous voient?


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