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grandma poem

gloom
hors de moi indigne et inconnu
il y a mille années silencieuses
comment sauvage, comment sorcière-comme étrange qui la vie devrait être
il y avait un strangeness sur vos lèvres
nous n'étions pas beaucoup
je verrai une étoile ce soir


 



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