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vous a fait voient jamais un alligator
un ciel qui n'a jamais connu le soleil, la lune ou les étoiles
près d'un champ en détresse
le jour est fait
j'ai su le silence des étoiles et de la mer
juste en tant que mes doigts sur ces clefs
je descends les chemins de jardin
et mon nom est véridique
ma mère m'a enseigné que chaque nuit
la femme a beaucoup manqué, comment vous appelez à moi, appel à moi


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