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daughter poem

les drowses pâles de jour sur l'occidental trempent
roses et or
la nuit est foncée, et les vents d'hiver
la pluie plus de, et l'air brillant
j'ai vu qu'un dieu vous doutent de lui?
avec la joie et la merveille
le poing serré simple soulevé et préparent
je ne puis pas toujours sentir son greatness
ce qui nous fera maintenant
un ciel qui n'a jamais connu le soleil, la lune ou les étoiles
un avec vous


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