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teenage love poem

cuando volví en la puesta del sol
estoy parado en el tiempo gris frío
y mi nombre es veraz
cómo es salvaje, cómo bruja-como extraño que la vida debe ser
los drowses pálidos del día en el occidental empapan
la oscuridad
es verdad que usted dice que los dioses son más uso a usted que hadas
una vez este césped suave
los cielos que eran ashen y sobrio
cuando miraba en sus ojos
quizás
era el otoño del año
amigo, que sonrisa ha venido ser
tristes son que saben no amor

 



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