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Poem written by Natasha on Monday 18, February %4

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Une vie tranquille, Pas de bruits, pas une seule voix. En essayant de trouver un tel endroit, J'en aurais pour longtemps. La vie pour moi, Me cacher, sauver de tout ce qui m'entoure. Je suis entourée de cris et de lois, Ce n'est pas du tout comme elle est pour toi. La confiance, Un mot qui me fait penser. Il n'y a plus de provenance, Je suis seule, il n'y a personne ? qui me confier. Un moment d'amour, C'est difficile pour une fille comme moi. Mais jour, après jour, Je pense juste ? toi. C'est une vie différente, Vous pourriez même dire un peu dangereuse. Mais la vie, on la joue comme ca nous tente, Et le danger, j'y passe pour y faire une vie heureuse.

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