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sad love poem

el merriment sin fin, absurdo de estrellas
cuál guarda
renueve la visión del placer
la noche es oscura, y los vientos del invierno
esposa querida
entre el humo y la niebla de una tarde de diciembre
algún se quejó al amo
cuando miraba en sus ojos
el amanecer era verde
nosotros que estaban parados
antes del santo de bronce solemne
una pluma del acero
una mirada es solamente un rayo
como va un hombre desnudo yo

 



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