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sad death poem

un cielo que nunca ha sabido el sol, la luna o las estrellas
se levantó y el ámbar era la puesta del sol en el río
esté en mí como los humores eternos
la señora, su corazón ha dado vuelta al polvo
ruidos que se esfuerzan rasgarse
ella puede ser que lo haya sabido en el resorte anterior


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