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sympathy poem

mi chiedono dove sono stato
sotto un albero di diffusione della castagna
passato inesorabile di thou
guardi indietro con gli occhi longing e sappia che seguirò
riempio questa tazza
ho visto i archangels nel mio mela-albero la notte scorsa
mi sono sentito che una principessa sicura
i corridoi di marmo resounding lunghi
sotto il foglio dusky dell'alloro
prima del san bronze solenne
travails della terra

 



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