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wedding poem

soy fevered
el amor se ha cantado mil maneras
cántele otra vez a canción cantado
ella cojea con parar paso doloroso
la hija, arte del thou viene morir
he venido en el desierto porque mi alma es athirst
y mi nombre es veraz
como él de quién alcohol en el resplandor del mediodía
sobre ellas todas, mirando abajo
para la verdad, para el amor
desdeño a mis amigos más que usted
los días melancólicos han venido
como va un hombre desnudo yo


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