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fui arriba y abajo de las calles
el niño que lanzó lejos la hoja después de la hoja
revuelva
a alguno los dioses gordos
ella oyó a niños el jugar en el sol
fuera del mar chispeante
nosotros que estaban parados
el amor se ha cantado mil maneras
para mirar todo el dia la onda azul encresparse y romperse
vi las nubes entre las colinas
a qué una mujer la comparará querida

 



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