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thanksgiving poem

oranges de plumaison nubian bleu-noires
soyez patient, la vie, quand l'amour est à la porte
ils dans le rassemblement d'obscurité et demandent
quand j'étais a enfoncé à Londres
les chansons antiques
pour moi étais un conseiller décharné et grave
roses et or
la terre garde aller de vibration
laissez une subsistance de joie vous
le merriment sans fin et idiot des étoiles
peut-être ce n'est aucune matière que vous êtes morte


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