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sorry poem

en alguna parte leí un cuento extraño, viejo, oxidado
o justo y stately criada, que ojos
amo las viejas endechas melodious
la luna de levantamiento ha ocultado las estrellas
esos ojos negros i elogiado una vez tan
calma como que segundo verano
qué yo le deben
y va tan
para la verdad, para el amor
suavemente llorando
deje una subsistencia de la alegría usted
porqué son las cosas que no tienen ninguna muerte


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