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broken heart poem

al revés, dé vuelta al revés
su pelo hermoso
el cuerpo puede confinar
he sabido el silencio de las estrellas y del mar
cuando voy de nuevo a la tierra
tres días los oí afligirse cuando pongo absolutamente
con su pelo flaying violentamente
pero alas, sueños justos
quién nombrará el viento
su cara es justa y lisa y fina
mi madre me enseñó que cada noche
los días melancólicos han venido
ella sabe un lanzamiento barato


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