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daughter poem

con los ojos mansos, marrones
y mi nombre es veraz
si era muy seguro
aflíjase no para el invisible
todos se callan a lo largo del potomac
dondeyo encuéntrele
las naves están mintiendo en la bahía
cuando libertad de su altura de la montaña


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