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grandmother poem

j'étais une déesse avant que le marbre m'ait trouvé
êtes vous éveillé?
de la chanson et du rêve pour jamais allé
oranges de plumaison nubian bleu-noires
apportez-moi la chanson douce
je tiens votre coeur
qui aime la pluie
nous cassons le verre dont le vin sacré
pour la vérité, pour l'amour


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