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short love poem

tenía un sueño y me desperté con él
todos esos tesoros que mienten
amé a mujer
cuál guarda
burly, humilde-abeja el dormitar
muy bien, usted liberales
era un oysterman joven alto
ahora que me he refrescado a usted
él vino tomarme por la mano
era el otoño del año
es usted despierto?
mi madre me trenza las rosas mojadas con rocío
las sombras de las naves
mi alma va revestida en cosas magníficas


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