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grandmother poem

es usted vivo?
con rojo de la sangre de los labios y el corazón de la piedra
esté en mí como los humores eternos
dígame
debajo de un árbol de la castaña que se separa
cómo es salvaje, cómo bruja-como extraño que la vida debe ser
hice un voto una vez, uno solamente
antes del santo de bronce solemne
el mirar más allá
la mujer faltó mucho, cómo usted llama a mí, llamada a mí
quién ama la lluvia
un cielo que nunca ha sabido el sol, la luna o las estrellas
tengo gusto de ella
de la canción y del sueño para ido siempre

 



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