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narrative poetry

dondeyo encuéntrele
él habla no bien
la noche era negra y drear
los arcos del puente rojo
con rojo de la sangre de los labios y el corazón de la piedra
los poetas dicen
sobre el río hacen señas a mí
pero no puedo ahora leerle
quién ama la lluvia
cuando libertad de su altura de la montaña
ella dijo
se hace el día



 



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