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pharaoh, rey de la tierra de Egipto
a través del pecho de dolor de la amplia tierra
el pasar a través de las paredes amontonadas y feas
las viejas canciones
debajo de la hoja oscura del laurel
porqué entonces, la necesidad nosotros ve?
cuando volví en la puesta del sol
para estos brazos blancos sobre mi cuello
la lluvia encima, y el aire brillante
lanzaron una piedra, usted lanzaron una piedra


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