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la noche es oscura, y los vientos del invierno
espléndido y terrible su amor
oscuro-eyed
a qué una mujer la comparará querida
hay cualquiera allí
revuelva
brilla la edad pasada, el siguiente con esperanza se ve
nobleza de la muerte otra vez
está a menudo no tan?
nunca sabía que la tierra tenía tanto oro
tiene usted el caminar visto a través de la aldea

 



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