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as montanhas são povos silenciosos
sumário em uma noite do vôo
uma milha atrás
o corpo pode confinar
o amor foi cantado mil maneiras
caído assim
com vermelho do sangue dos bordos e coração da pedra
sobre os rooftops compita as sombras das nuvens
não há nenhum rebanho, porém prestado atenção e tendido
do sol nem das estrelas
de repente, fora das maneiras escuras e frondosas
baixo! ' tis um a noite do gala

 



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