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death poem

como ella
la agonía del tener demasiada energía
soy una mujer
escuche el mar del sonido
en septiembre
en un viejo compartimiento se encendió suavemente
las verdades tremendas éstos sean
el amanecer era verde
en la tierra silenciosa
las viejas canciones
tenían él e i pero satisfecho
había tres en el prado al lado del arroyo
el sol está para arriba


 



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