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i miss you poem

travails de la terre
il y a d'un que ce I par le passé a aimé tellement
à l'aube, il a dit
le poing serré simple soulevé et préparent
tous en dedans et tous sans moi
mon amour vrai de son oreiller a monté
dans la terre silencieuse


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