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mother daughter poem

un pensamiento dulce solemne
la medianoche pasada
en alguna parte leí un cuento extraño, viejo, oxidado
soplador de vidrio del tiempo
tenemos ninguna vergüenza?
asustado no más, digo
el más triste del año
en la obscuridad y la paz de mi cama final
suavemente ahora la luz del día
trenzado y tejido
cómoyo ayude a la derecha al mundo que va mal


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