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la mujer faltó mucho, cómo usted llama a mí, llamada a mí
ruédeme abajo por el prado
nosotros que estaban parados
aquí miente una señora más hermosa
estoy en amor con los altos lugares far-seeing
un cielo que nunca ha sabido el sol, la luna o las estrellas
mundo que cambia bajo mi mano
los drowses pálidos del día en el occidental empapan
escrito en una noche del vuelo
compuesto de loveliness solamente
se van los tres, esas hermanas raras
mire detrás con los ojos longing y sepa que seguiré
no ruego para la paz
he sabido el silencio de las estrellas y del mar

 



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