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haiku poem

glooms de los vivir-robles
cómo como las estrellas es este el blanco, las caras sin nombre
en el frunce de la oscuridad y piden
pensamientos a través de mi cabeza
un pequeño melocotón en la huerta creció
apenas ahora
ella tiene un claro, loveliness viento-abrigado
nunca en toda mi vida
he venido en el desierto porque mi alma es athirst
mi amor verdadero de su almohadilla se levantó
amé a mujer
hace usted no oír
no sea falso
no ruego para la paz


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