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en y de sí mismo
el dulce con el fern y se levantó
qué nosotros ahora hará
se van los tres, esas hermanas raras
éstos sean
como vela blanca
para arropar el pensamiento ardiente
mi alma va revestida en cosas magníficas
cuál deseo comentar
los cielos que eran ashen y sobrio
algún se quejó al amo
no hay multitud, no obstante está mirado y tendido
en el frunce de la oscuridad y piden
con alegría y maravilla


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