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break up poem

pharaoh, rey de la tierra de Egipto
un poeta, tomando el frenillo de su lengüeta
usted es hermoso y descolorado
la oscuridad rueda hacia arriba
oscilado en la horquilla del profundo
pienso a menudo en la ciudad hermosa
no hay multitud, no obstante está mirado y tendido
los hice una oferta todo el adiós
el mirar más allá
como vela blanca
no permanezca no más
y con el pájaro del tarareo
dice de buenas viejas épocas

 



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