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wedding poetry

todos se callan a lo largo del potomac
se levantó y el ámbar era la puesta del sol en el río
a lo largo de una orilla
mi alma va revestida en cosas magníficas
le cuento con
déjeme moverse lentamente a través de la calle
usted recuerda
para entonces fuera
pharaoh, rey de la tierra de Egipto
la señora, su corazón ha dado vuelta al polvo
éstos sean
el viejo oeste, el viejo tiempo
ésos en el superior dicen que le conocen, tierra -- son mentirosos

 



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