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sympathy poem

ils me demandent où j'ai été
sous un arbre de propagation de châtaigne
passé persistant de thou
regardez avec les yeux longing et savez que je suivrai
je remplis cette tasse
j'ai vu les archangels dans mon pomme-arbre la nuit passée
j'ai entendu qu'une certaine princesse
les longs couloirs de marbre resounding
sous la feuille sombre de laurier
avant le saint en bronze solennel
travails de la terre


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