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african american poetry

el amanecer era verde
ese compañero extraño vino en mezclar pies
las montañas son gente silenciosa
cómo como las estrellas es este el blanco, las caras sin nombre
compuesto de loveliness solamente
amo las viejas endechas melodious
y mi nombre es veraz
un poeta, tomando el frenillo de su lengüeta


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