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thank you poem

basculé dans le berceau du profond
vous êtes mon compagnon
laissez le bel unsaid de mots
avant le saint en bronze solennel
qui aime la pluie
behold je, en mon chiffon, gaze et tresse
pourquoi puis, la nécessité nous voient?
ils me demandent où j'ai été
vous faites entendre
je suis le vent qui hésite
ceux-ci soient
bougies se renversant en longueur dans des bidons de tomate
prenez mes bracelets


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