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no hay multitud, no obstante está mirado y tendido
le cuento con
voluntad usted brilla tenuemente en el mar?
hace usted oír
desdeño a mis amigos más que usted
serene de la tarde y brillante verdes
una tormenta está montando en la marea
por el puente grosero
déjenos compasión los de quienes sea mejor que nosotros son
el elevar, como el viento sopló


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