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love poems

j'ai vu que vous hunched et tremblant sur les pierres
se reposer dans son culbuteur attendant votre thé
quand les mer-vents ont percé nos solitudes
et ainsi elle va
par le rivage, par la mer
peut-être
j'ai fait un voeu par le passé, un seulement
simplement parlant
frère, je suis le feu
le plus triste de l'année

 



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