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autumn poem

nuit mystérieuse
j'ai jeté mon âme à l'air comme un vol de faucon
voyez l'expérimental
la foudre a clignoté, et s'est soulevée
ainsi tombé
je me suis tenu prêt le tissu pour rideaux ouvert
le soleil a fait un pas vers le bas de son trône d'or
ces coeurs ont été tissés des joies et des soins humains


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