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i love you poem

behold mim, em meus chiffon, gauze e ouropel
amigo, cujo o sorriso veio ser
material da lua
o céu
nós não éramos muitos
a chuva sobre, e o ar brilhante
eu tive um medo em minha vida
eu era um goddess ere o mármore me encontrou
deixe-nos piedade aqueles de que seja melhor fora do que nós são
sumário em uma noite do vôo
mundo que muda sob minha mão
todos aqueles tesouros que se encontram
sombras voadas que varrem perto


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