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suicide poetry

las montañas son gente silenciosa
la señora, su corazón ha dado vuelta al polvo
suavemente llorando
cuando, lleno de amor caliente e impaciente
velas que derriban de lado en latas del tomate
puesto que he sentido el sentido de la muerte
los poetas dicen
sé no dónde
para mí era concejal gaunt, grave
la luna de levantamiento ha ocultado las estrellas
mundo que cambia bajo mi mano
hay aumentos para todas nuestras pérdidas
con su pelo flaying violentamente

 



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