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teen love poem

los pequeños rezos blancos
tan perdido
pájaros contra el viento de abril
nunca había un sonido al lado de la madera pero de una
ochenta años han pasado, y más
cuando el viento trabaja contra nosotros en la obscuridad
ido antes de nosotros
el cielo
una sombra gris fina en el borde del pensamiento
un pequeño melocotón en la huerta creció
pienso a menudo en la ciudad hermosa
el sentarse en su eje de balancín que espera su té


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