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marriage poem

le soleil a fait un pas vers le bas de son trône d'or
hors de la mer de scintillement
puisque j'ai senti le sens de la mort
il n'y avait jamais un bruit près du bois mais d'un
j'ai aimé une femme
a arqué l'inondation
tristement parlant
faites les garçons et les filles vont toujours
un ciel qui n'a jamais connu le soleil, la lune ou les étoiles
pensées par ma tête
le long des banques
j'ai entendu qu'une certaine princesse
élever, comme vent a soufflé

 



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