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family poem

quién nombrará el viento
sobre-habi'a preparado el acontecimiento
las verdades tremendas éstos sean
amo mi hora del viento y de la luz
las montañas son gente silenciosa
ella debe ir detrás, ella dijo
la música i oído con usted era más que música
a lo largo de una orilla
todos tragan los años
ámeme en el último, o si usted no
pharaoh, rey de la tierra de Egipto
porqué hágale siempre soporte allí que tiembla


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