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graduation poem

una milla detrás
el sentarse en su eje de balancín que espera su té
tristes son que saben no amor
en números mournful
un cielo que nunca ha sabido el sol, la luna o las estrellas
cómo es salvaje, cómo bruja-como extraño que la vida debe ser
tristemente hablando
veré una estrella esta noche
el mirar más allá
caras hermosas, tragical
tengo gusto de ella

 



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