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pumpkin poem

y como caminamos la hierba fue revuelta débilmente
el sol caminó abajo de su trono de oro
veo todos los ingenios humanos
ella dijo
la tierra guarda cierto ir de la vibración
a lo largo de los bancos
las estrellas cayeron de cielo


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