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love poetry

una sombra gris fina en el borde del pensamiento
he sabido el silencio de las estrellas y del mar
aflíjase no para el invisible
aquí miente una señora más hermosa
el prado se arrastraba
arriba y abajo de él va
amé a mujer
la noche es oscura, y los vientos del invierno
un cielo que nunca ha sabido el sol, la luna o las estrellas

 



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