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i love you poem

vi los archangels en mi manzana-a'rbol ayer por la noche
una milla detrás
hice un voto una vez, uno solamente
soy cansado de ser amargo y cansado de ser sabio
el sentarse en su eje de balancín que espera su té
para mí era concejal gaunt, grave
tristes son que saben no amor
el movimiento de su cuerpo es como música
las montañas son gente silenciosa
es usted vivo?
cómo como las estrellas es este el blanco, las caras sin nombre
déjeme moverse lentamente a través de la calle


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