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sad death poem

les cieux qu'ils étaient ashen et sobre
j'ai gagné la course
je réside à la montagne de table
qui aime la pluie
je verrai une étoile ce soir
ce qui nous fera maintenant
une petite pêche dans le verger s'est développée


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