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anniversary poetry

une brume entraînait une réduction
comme un homme nu je vont
elle a éclaté le vin féroce
la foudre a clignoté, et s'est soulevée
j'ai jeté mon âme à l'air comme un vol de faucon
soyez patient, la vie, quand l'amour est à la porte
course haut-soutenue
j'ai vu que vous hunched et tremblant sur les pierres
ma mère m'a enseigné que chaque nuit
puisque j'ai senti le sens de la mort
je me tiens par temps gris froid
le soleil est vers le haut
les nuances de la nuit tombaient rapidement

 



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