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désolé et seul
dans une vieille chambre s'est doucement allumé
quand j'étais un garçon à l'université
dans des nombres mournful
j'ai su le silence des étoiles et de la mer
quand absence de sa taille de montagne
juste en tant que mes doigts sur ces clefs
un, comme part d'un arbre
je vous chante
roulez-moi vers le bas par le pré
laissez-nous pitié ceux outre dont soyez meilleur que nous sont
avant le saint en bronze solennel
doux et fort
le ciel

 



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