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i love you poem

behold yo, en mi chiffon, gasa y malla
amigo, que sonrisa ha venido ser
materia de la luna
el cielo
no éramos muchos
la lluvia encima, y el aire brillante
he tenido un miedo en mi vida
era una diosa ere el mármol me encontró
déjenos compasión los de quienes sea mejor que nosotros son
escrito en una noche del vuelo
mundo que cambia bajo mi mano
todos esos tesoros que mienten
sombras coas alas que barren cerca

 



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