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romantic love poems

era una diosa ere el mármol me encontró
antes del santo de bronce solemne
flor blanca de la espuma, flor roja de la llama
ésos en el superior dicen que le conocen, tierra -- son mentirosos
oscilado en la horquilla del profundo
tenía un sueño y me desperté con él
por la orilla, por el mar
y pan del breaketh no más
y va tan
hay un país por completo del vino
sé lo que usted va a decir
burly, humilde-abeja el dormitar


 



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