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death poem

a alguno los dioses gordos
cuando, lleno de amor caliente e impaciente
para entonces fuera
pharaoh, rey de la tierra de Egipto
tenemos ninguna vergüenza?
los pasillos de mármol resounding largos
nosotros que estaban parados
era un oysterman joven alto


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