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graduation poem

ella debe ir detrás, ella dijo
nunca había un sonido al lado de la madera pero de una
el misterio más oscuro, más extraño
del sol ni de estrellas
glooms de los vivir-robles
encima del sur en la rotura del día
y con el pájaro del tarareo
simplemente hablando
las canciones antiguas
de'bil-se va volando la canción
pharaoh, rey de la tierra de Egipto
levantado de los muertos
una palabra del vuelo de aquí y allí
el sentarse en su eje de balancín que espera su té

 



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