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family poem

las cortinas de la noche caían rápidamente
soy una mujer
ella oyó a niños el jugar en el sol
debajo de un árbol de la castaña que se separa
mi madre me enseñó que cada noche
los drowses pálidos del día en el occidental empapan
tan perdido
contra la llama verde del espino-a'rbol

 



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