„Then you'll feel your cheek scratched…
A little kiss, like a crazy spider,
Will run round your neck…

And you'll say to me : "Find it!" bending your head
- And we'll take a long time to find that creature
- Which travels a lot…“

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Жан Николя Артюр Рембо10
французский поэт 1854 - 1891
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