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graduation poem

resido en la montaña de la tabla
los cielos que eran ashen y sobrio
ella dijo
el pasar a través de las paredes amontonadas y feas
el cuerpo puede confinar
fuera de la ventana un mar de árboles verdes
una pluma del acero
poco parque que paso a través
no del mundo ancho del conjunto
encima de los prados ricos con maíz
cómo como las estrellas es este el blanco, las caras sin nombre

 



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