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graduation poem

soy una mujer
vea, de esta falsificación de él
el pequeño lamentable, usado, caras el reír
aflíjase no para el invisible
burly, humilde-abeja el dormitar
ahora que me he refrescado a usted
debajo de la luna de la cosecha
solitario y solitario
qué nosotros ahora hará
encima de los prados ricos con maíz
en el amanecer, él dijo
una vez este césped suave

 



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