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    Jul 15, 2011, 01:03 PM
    French poem about tea.
    There is a poem I'd like to find. It was about a person making tea: pouring milk into a cup of tea and crying. It was sad, simple (I studied it in gcse French ) and has been hovering on the edge of my memory. Does it ring a bell with anyone? Thanks.

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