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il y a des gains pour toutes nos pertes
par le rivage, par la mer
levé des morts
doux comme lit dans la terre
j'ai su le silence des étoiles et de la mer
ces yeux noirs i une fois ainsi félicité
le pré rampait
vous a fait voient jamais un alligator
en tant qu'elle
affligez-vous pas pour l'invisible
et pain de breaketh pas plus
la nuit passée la pleine lune a étendu un tissu de blanc


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