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sous ma fenêtre dans une rue de ville
elle a un espace libre, loveliness vent-abrité
dans leurs regimentals loqueteux
mon âme est un champ labouré foncé
mais alas, rêves justes
il y avait un strangeness sur vos lèvres
sous la barre du guerrier
ils me demandent où j'ai été
quand, plein de l'amour chaud et désireux
calme en tant que que deuxième été
je fais ma monture, mais personne ne sait
orage
une ombre grise mince sur le bord de la pensée
je les ai entendus la nuit

 



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