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death poem

en la medianoche
voluntad usted brilla tenuemente en el mar?
mientras que estaba parado escuchar, discreto mudo
algunos de los daños que usted ha curado
en sus regimentals desiguales
he venido en el desierto porque mi alma es athirst
la oscuridad roba las formas de todas las reinas
no hay presa yo de pensamientos pobres
usted piensa, mi muchacho, cuando pongo mis brazos alrededor de usted

 



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