Galerie Patrick Gutknecht in Paris is exhibiting the erotic images taken on the cellphone of French author Arthur Dreyfus. Here he speaks about it in poem. Yesterday I did not know you You played with cars I chased moths Under the watchful eyes of our mothers These pleasures sufficed Today you give me Your past as a legacy But...
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