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debajo de la hoja oscura del laurel
no me quemo ningún incienso
musing, entre la puesta del sol y la obscuridad
de la canción y del sueño para ido siempre
cuando volví en la puesta del sol
pharaoh, rey de la tierra de Egipto
es verdad que usted dice que los dioses son más uso a usted que hadas
nunca sabía que la tierra tenía tanto oro
la tierra guarda cierto ir de la vibración
con la puesta del sol
qué yo le deben


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