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truely
il y avait un strangeness sur vos lèvres
son visage est juste et lisse et bon
les jours mélancoliques sont venus
ils dans le rassemblement d'obscurité et demandent
j'ai vu la première poire
la femme a beaucoup manqué, comment vous appelez à moi, appel à moi
êtes vous éveillé?

 



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