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i love you poem

j'ai vu qu'un dieu vous doutent de lui?
par de la large le sein faisant mal terre
je les ai entendus la nuit
les poèts le disent
nous qui se sont tenus
je ne puis pas toujours sentir son greatness
mon fils est mort et je suis aveugle allant

 



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