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no porto de york novo
mundo que muda sob minha mão
brilha a última idade, o seguinte com esperança é visto
muito bem, você liberais
com o por do sol
quando eu era quebrou em Londres
ruídos que strive rasgar
as montanhas são povos silenciosos
porque
quando eu estive escutar, discreetly dumb

 



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