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sad poetry

uno por uno, como se va de un árbol
la noche era negra y drear
los días hypocritic
nunca en toda mi vida
glooms de los vivir-robles
le hizo oyen hablar siempre
no hay escape al lado del río
porqué son las cosas que no tienen ninguna muerte
dondeyo encuéntrele
las sombras ponen a lo largo de broadway
algunos de los daños que usted ha curado
un cielo que nunca ha sabido el sol, la luna o las estrellas
tristemente hablando
le hizo ven siempre un cocodrilo

 



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