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haiku poem

en y de sí mismo
plantemos
le hizo ven siempre un cocodrilo
un cielo que nunca ha sabido el sol, la luna o las estrellas
al lado de un campo afectado
se hace el día
he sabido el silencio de las estrellas y del mar
apenas como mis dedos en estas llaves
camino abajo de las trayectorias del jardín
y mi nombre es veraz
mi madre me enseñó que cada noche
la mujer faltó mucho, cómo usted llama a mí, llamada a mí


 



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