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african american poetry

una vida en la onda del océano
el amor se ha cantado mil maneras
el amanecer era verde
las naves están mintiendo en la bahía
pienso a menudo en la ciudad hermosa
al amante apasionado
los días melancólicos han venido
tristemente hablando
ésos en el superior dicen que le conocen, tierra -- son mentirosos
cuando el viento trabaja contra nosotros en la obscuridad
bucks negros gordos en un cuarto del vino-barril
uno con usted
cántele otra vez a canción cantado

 



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