Henri Beauclair

Pizzicati - Poem by Henri Beauclair

Les Tænias
Que tu nias,
Traîtreusement s’en sont allés.

Dans la pénombre,
Ma clameur sombre
A fait fleurir des azalées.

Pendant les nuits,
Mes longs ennuis
Brillent ainsi qu’un flambeau clair.

De cette perte
Mon âme est verte ;
C’est moi qui suis le solitaire !

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 15, 2012

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