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child poem

melancolía, azul era
por lo tanto no puedo
a lo largo de los bancos
el rodillo triste del tambor amortiguado tiene golpe
el cielo
si él
el niño que lanzó lejos la hoja después de la hoja
nunca había un sonido al lado de la madera pero de una
evidenciado en la luz tenue en sus ojos
sobre-habi'a preparado el acontecimiento
mi alma es un campo arado oscuro
placeres mediados de y palacios aunque podemos vagar
esposa querida
hay uno que ese i amó una vez tanto

 



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