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autumn poetry

no éramos muchos
raza alto-llevada
fuera de la ventana un mar de árboles verdes
rosas y oro
perro de la guinga y el gato del calicó
las canciones antiguas
tenía un sueño y me desperté con él
placeres mediados de y palacios aunque podemos vagar
como águilas en colmo ascendente
buena mujer
sobre ellas todas, mirando abajo
tristemente hablando
mire detrás con los ojos longing y sepa que seguiré


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