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poetry in motion

em seus braços estava o prazer imóvel
rosas e ouro
um por um, como sae de uma árvore
agora que eu lhe esfriei
e ainda andaram sobre
quando o véu dos olhos for levantado
aqueles no superior dizem que o conhecem, terra -- são liars
lá pela janela na casa velha
minha mãe ensinou-me que cada noite


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