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j'ai entendu qu'une certaine princesse
à minuit
les étoiles sont tombées du ciel
pour puis en dehors
fait longtemps polir la lumière du soleil d'été
voyez l'expérimental
tous en dedans et tous sans moi
laissez-moi être triste
un, comme part d'un arbre
quand vous venez ce soir
je ne prie pas pour la paix


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