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marriage poem

el sol caminó abajo de su trono de oro
fuera del mar chispeante
puesto que he sentido el sentido de la muerte
nunca había un sonido al lado de la madera pero de una
amé a mujer
arqueó la inundación
tristemente hablando
haga a muchachos y las muchachas todavía van
un cielo que nunca ha sabido el sol, la luna o las estrellas
pensamientos a través de mi cabeza
a lo largo de los bancos
he oído que cierta princesa
el elevar, como el viento sopló


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