Marcel Aouizerate


Ithaque


Ayant décidé de documenter la fin de la romance,
Par quelle lettre commence la raison de ton curieux silence,
Tu diras la dissolution et par la lecture des plis, chaque,
Comment notre incertaine balance s'élargit du ressac.
J'ai vécu certain au travers de tes hivers, tenu par les liens
Attaché et protégé des sirènes, serré sur ton sein.
Saches et ciel et saches et chien que je retourne
Où la lampe est allumée jusqu'à mon regain nocturne.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 02, 2014

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