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family poem

les nuances de la nuit tombaient rapidement
je suis une femme
elle a entendu les enfants jouer au soleil
sous un arbre de propagation de châtaigne
ma mère m'a enseigné que chaque nuit
les drowses pâles de jour sur l'occidental trempent
si perdu
contre la flamme verte de l'aubépine-arbre


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