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teenage love poem

comme lui à qui esprit dans la flamme du midi
plantons
la nuit passée la pleine lune a étendu un tissu de blanc
quand la nuit dérive le long des rues de la ville
fait longtemps polir la lumière du soleil d'été
la agonie d'avoir trop de puissance
pharaoh, roi de la terre de l'Egypte

 



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