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teenage love poem

comment j'aidez vers la droite le monde qui tourne mal
dans leurs regimentals loqueteux
n'accrochez aucune guirlande
bonheur
j'ai hérité le désert parce que mon âme est assoiffée
une ombre grise mince sur le bord de la pensée
du soleil ni des étoiles
ce qui conserve
tous apaisent le long du potomac
quand vous venez ce soir
soyez patient, la vie, quand l'amour est à la porte
doucement pleurant
les poèts le disent

 



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