Treasure Island

Eric Dubois


Le silence nappe le jour


Le silence nappe le jour
d'un rectangle de lumière


Il faut sanctifier le principe d'incertitude
le provisoire déteint sur le quotidien


Ecrire le fil qui se blesse au moindre chaos
parfois le jour est un grand drap pâle


Ses dents blanches mordent le gâteau de sang




Juin 2013


ERIC DUBOIS

Submitted: Sunday, July 13, 2014

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