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baby shower poem

déme el hambre
el pequeño lamentable, usado, caras el reír
era una diosa ere el mármol me encontró
los días endeared a cada MUSE
de la canción y del sueño para ido siempre
hay cualquiera allí
vi que usted hunched y temblando en las piedras
hay tres maneras de las cuales los hombres toman
soy fevered
para estos brazos blancos sobre mi cuello
como vela blanca

 



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