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graduation poem

elle doit retourner, elle a dit
il n'y avait jamais un bruit près du bois mais d'un
le mystère le plus foncé et le plus étrange
du soleil ni des étoiles
glooms des vivre-chênes
à partir du sud à la coupure du jour
et avec l'oiseau de ronflement
simplement parlant
les chansons antiques
faible-envolée est la chanson
pharaoh, roi de la terre de l'Egypte
levé des morts
un mot de vol d'ici et là
se reposer dans son culbuteur attendant votre thé

 



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