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love poem

une fois ce gazon mou
ont eu lui et I mais réuni
beaux, tragical visages
ma mère me tortille des roses humides avec la rosée
regarder là-bas
je les ai entendus la nuit
l'enfant qui a jeté la feuille après feuille
je n'ai jamais su que la terre a eu tellement l'or
elle connaît un dégagement bon marché
il y avait un strangeness sur vos lèvres
short et doux, et nous sommes arrivés à la fin de lui
il aurait même sa plaisanterie
quand vous venez ce soir
les cieux qu'ils étaient ashen et sobre

 



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