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gothic poetry

ella debe ir detrás, ella dijo
pero no puedo ahora leerle
entre las montañas vagué
pero alas, sueños justos
se levantó y el ámbar era la puesta del sol en el río
el cuerpo puede confinar
cuando libertad de su altura de la montaña
vi las nubes entre las colinas
porqué hágale siempre soporte allí que tiembla
estrella-polvo y luz vaporosa
mi amor verdadero de su almohadilla se levantó
la música i oído con usted era más que música
ahora que me he refrescado a usted
gaily a través de los campos bailamos

 



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