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daughter poem

in New York Harbor
misterios de noapte
şal de pământ în vremea tulbure
îndoliat în numere
cum ca aceste stele sunt, de culoare albă, de nedescris se confruntă cu
mica poarta a fost atins la ultima
o justă impunător şi femeie de serviciu, al cărui ochi
I, atunci când a fost rupt în Londra
i-am îndrăgostit de-a vedea de departe de mare de locuri
A auzit de copii jucându-se de Duminica
deces al nobilimii din nou


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