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thanksgiving poetry

tenemos ninguna vergüenza?
lo van
velas que derriban de lado en latas del tomate
entre las montañas vagué
raza alto-llevada
un pájaro cantó
déjenos compasión los de quienes sea mejor que nosotros son
tiene usted el caminar visto a través de la aldea
dentro de este sepulcro humilde un conqueror miente

 



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