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love poetry

tengo gusto de ella
dije, yo he cerrado mi corazón
allí por la ventana en la vieja casa
raza alto-llevada
amé a mujer
una niebla conducía abajo
ella oyó a niños el jugar en el sol
algunos de los daños que usted ha curado
en pasillos del sueño usted vagó cerca
he venido en el desierto porque mi alma es athirst
los días melancólicos han venido
usted oye la lluvia?

 



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