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sympathy poem

perguntam-me onde eu estive
sob uma árvore espalhando da castanha
passado unrelenting do thou
olhe para trás com olhos longing e saiba que eu seguirei
eu encho este copo
eu vi os archangels em minha maçã-árvore última noite
eu ouvi-me que uma determinada princesa
os corredores de mármore resounding longos
sob a folha dusky do laurel
antes do saint de bronze solemn
travails da terra


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