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mon âme disparaît plaquée dans des choses magnifiques
je verrai une étoile ce soir
comment sauvage, comment sorcière-comme étrange qui la vie devrait être
le soleil et vent et battement de mer
à minuit
il y a trois manières dont les hommes prennent
mélancolie, bleu il était
pensées par ma tête
dans sa tente gardée


 



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