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i love you poem

pero alas, sueños justos
ella debe ir detrás, ella dijo
si había sabido el estrecho una prisión es amor
expresemos nuestras pasiones más bajas
mire detrás con los ojos longing y sepa que seguiré
me pregunto donde usted vive
los pasillos de mármol resounding largos
ahora que me he refrescado a usted
se levantó y el ámbar era la puesta del sol en el río
en septiembre
fuera de la ventana un mar de árboles verdes

 



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