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graduation poem

mi madre me trenza las rosas mojadas con rocío
el rodillo triste del tambor amortiguado tiene golpe
como él de quién alcohol en el resplandor del mediodía
una tormenta está montando en la marea
nuestros momentos agradables vuelan
veo todos los ingenios humanos
ella puede ser que lo haya sabido en el resorte anterior
el solo puño apretado levantado y alista
de nuestros lugares ocultados


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