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religious poem

el cuerpo puede confinar
el viejo oeste, el viejo tiempo
el banquete real fue hecho
una vez este césped suave
burly, humilde-abeja el dormitar
puesto que he sentido el sentido de la muerte
qué ocasión spiteful roba unawares
los he oído en la noche
los días endeared a cada MUSE
le cuento con
uno con usted
claro de luna profundo y blando
ella dijo


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