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teen love poem

hay una ciudad, builded por ninguna mano
un pequeño melocotón en la huerta creció
una sombra gris fina en el borde del pensamiento
poca puerta fue alcanzada en el último
sea paciente, vida, cuando el amor está en la puerta
con alegría y maravilla
dentro de mi mano sostengo


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