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sad death poem

uno por uno, como se va de un árbol
ella puede ser que lo haya sabido en el resorte anterior
tome mis pulseras
un destello del oro en gloom y gris
usted está claro
por lo tanto no puedo
apenas ahora
soporte aquí por mi lado
es verdad que usted dice que los dioses son más uso a usted que hadas
la lluvia encima, y el aire brillante
para venir tan pronto a esto imaginaba obscuridad
hice un voto una vez, uno solamente
como baja el igualar
he visto las estrellas más orgullosas


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