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graduation poem

je suis une femme
voyez, de cette contrefaçon de lui
le petit pitoyable, porté, visages de rire
affligez-vous pas pour l'invisible
robuste, humble-abeille de somnoler
maintenant que je me suis refroidi à vous
sous la lune de moisson
désolé et seul
ce qui nous fera maintenant
à partir des prés riches avec du maïs
à l'aube, il a dit
une fois ce gazon mou

 



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