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mother daughter poem

dije, yo he cerrado mi corazón
aflíjase no para el invisible
en sus brazos estaba el placer inmóvil
el niño que lanzó lejos la hoja después de la hoja
no hay multitud, no obstante está mirado y tendido
soy cansado de ser amargo y cansado de ser sabio

 



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