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broken heart poem

ma douleur, quand elle est ici avec moi
j'ai entendu le vent toute la journée
j'ai aimé une femme
oranges de plumaison nubian bleu-noires
et ils marchaient toujours dessus
babylon -- où je vais rêver
j'ai jeté mon âme à l'air comme un vol de faucon
ils peuvent parler de l'amour dans une petite maison
affligez-vous pas pour l'invisible
et comment avez osé vous rêve de la réunion
parmi la fumée et le brouillard d'un après-midi de décembre

 



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