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graduation poem

il padrone dei destini umani sono io
candele che si rovesciano obliquamente in latte del pomodoro
l'odore del è aumentato così falso, le spine così allineare
per potere vedere ogni lato di ogni domanda
perchè così triste mio bello?
diami la fame
forse
uplifting, come il vento ha saltato
figlie di tempo
lungo le serie

 



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