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sad poem

estaba parado
pensamientos a través de mi cabeza
el cuerpo puede confinar
sé no dónde
he sabido el silencio de las estrellas y del mar
vea, ellos vuelven
el rodillo triste del tambor amortiguado tiene golpe
hijas del tiempo
pájaros contra el viento de abril


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