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nature poem

él vino tomarme por la mano
en alguna parte leí un cuento extraño, viejo, oxidado
un poeta, tomando el frenillo de su lengüeta
debajo de un árbol de la castaña que se separa
ella sabe un lanzamiento barato
le detesté
burly, humilde-abeja el dormitar
como miento cubierto adentro, defendido adentro
los días hypocritic
se van los tres, esas hermanas raras
claro de luna profundo y blando
vea que me doy usted
déme

 



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