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caído tan
en la obscuridad y la paz de mi cama final
cuando los mar-vientos perforaron nuestras soledades
o justo y stately criada, que ojos
pero no puedo ahora leerle
materia de la luna
escrito en una noche del vuelo
no puedo ahora decirle
quién nombrará el viento
a lo largo de los bancos
los pasillos de mármol resounding largos
en el puerto de York nueva

 



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