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The Burden

There lay my body . . . with nobody wearing it. I began its suffering . . . I dressed a man with it. But this sad piece of horseflesh whinnies poems if it’s hungry, kicks the horizon if it dreams; I draw it into disputes and it produces forests, when it kisses, it’s like […]

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