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naranjas de desplume nubian azul-negras
cuál deseo comentar
por la orilla, por el mar
no permanezca no más
debajo de la luna de la cosecha
sol y viento y golpe del mar
a lo largo de los bancos
era no para ese olor singular
es verdad que usted dice que los dioses son más uso a usted que hadas
deje una subsistencia de la alegría usted
hermoso
si había sabido el estrecho una prisión es amor
cuando libertad de su altura de la montaña
amé a mujer

 



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