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je réside à la montagne de table
le corps peut confiner
je tiens votre coeur
oiseaux contre le vent d'avril
les poèts le disent
ils dans le rassemblement d'obscurité et demandent
behold je, en mon chiffon, gaze et tresse
la dame, votre coeur s'est tournée vers la poussière
tristes sont ils qui savent pas l'amour
j'aime les vieilles configurations melodious
je me suis tenu
quand je vais de nouveau à la terre
pharaoh, roi de la terre de l'Egypte
tous en baisse les années


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