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fall poem

o justo y stately criada, que ojos
una niebla conducía abajo
déjeme moverse lentamente a través de la calle
una pluma del acero
la pienso espléndido justo
como él de quién alcohol en el resplandor del mediodía
en sus regimentals desiguales
vea que me doy usted
no puedo sentir siempre su greatness
miré sobre el cielo glorioso


 



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