«Ta voix, tes yeux, tes mains, tes lèvres».
Capital of Pain by #PaulÉluard
(1965) by Jean-Luc #Godard
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Your voice, your eyes, your hands, your lips,
Our silences, our words,
The light that goes away, the light that comes back,
A single smile for the two of us,
By my need to know, I have seen night create day without us changing appearance,
O well-loved of all and well-loved of only one,
In silence your mouth promised to be happy,
Further and further, says hate,
Closer and closer, says love,
By the caress we exit our childhood,
I see better and better the human form,
As in a lovers' dialogue, the heart makes only one mouth,
Everything by chance, all words said without reflexion,
Feelings adrift, men turn towards the city,
The glance, the words and the fact that I love you,
Everything is in movement, it is sufficient to advance in order to live,
By going straight ahead towards everything you love,
I went towards you, I went without end towards the light,
If you smile, it is to better invade me,
The rays of light from your arms begin to part the fog.