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christmas poem

en el frunce de la oscuridad y piden
he oído que cierta princesa
sombras coas alas que barren cerca
con alegría y maravilla
oí el viento todo el dia
un destello del oro en gloom y gris
era una diosa ere el mármol me encontró
en el puerto de York nueva
qué ocasión spiteful roba unawares
hasta su ventana del compartimiento


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