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teenage love poem

no dé vuelta a su cabeza
gloom
usted está claro
y con el pájaro del tarareo
cuando volví en la puesta del sol
había tres en el prado al lado del arroyo
veré una estrella esta noche
la luz retirada
cuando el viento trabaja contra nosotros en la obscuridad
de la canción y del sueño para ido siempre
ese compañero extraño vino en mezclar pies
deje una subsistencia de la alegría usted

 



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