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autumn poem

aucune proie ne suis moi des pensées faibles
souffleur de verre de temps
observer toute la journée la vague bleue se courber et se casser
pourquoi puis, la nécessité nous voient?
le roulement triste du tambour insonorisé a le battement
ces coeurs ont été tissés des joies et des soins humains
nous cassons le verre dont le vin sacré
ombres étendues le long de broadway
j'ai eu une crainte dans ma vie


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