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nuit mystérieuse
dites-moi moins ou dites-moi davantage
j'ai vu qu'un dieu vous doutent de lui?
je vous attends
a arqué l'inondation
donc je ne puis pas
et mon nom est véridique
la lune se levante a caché les étoiles
doux et fort
simplement parlant
s'est levé et l'ambre était le coucher du soleil sur le fleuve


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