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para mirar todo el dia la onda azul encresparse y romperse
hay cualquiera allí
hay tres maneras de las cuales los hombres toman
cuando el velo de los ojos se levanta
las verdades tremendas éstos sean
calma como que segundo verano
haga a muchachos y las muchachas todavía van
estaba parado
burly, humilde-abeja el dormitar
en el amanecer, él dijo
por completo de rasgones
el merriment sin fin, absurdo de estrellas


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