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romantic love poem

y todavía caminaron encendido
soplador de vidrio del tiempo
uno por uno, como se va de un árbol
hace usted no oír
mi hijo es muerto y soy persiana que va
sobre el río hacen señas a mí
a lo largo de los bancos
la oscuridad
cómo es salvaje, cómo bruja-como extraño que la vida debe ser
el relámpago destellaba, y levantó
cuando era un muchacho en la universidad
quizás
tres días los oí afligirse cuando pongo absolutamente

 



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