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Butterflies That they locked themselves against the desired death, mad deranged, after a gram … dark tile parties of bars. The tulips go out against the cobbles that adorn the sidewalk of the neighbourhood.

Morpheus today will sleep among the crystals stirred by bandits of easy kisses, you were born young in times of hunger. Lost between circuses without acrobatics and hard bread.

Sleep now … the dawn comes with noise and ruin. His enraged prayer appears among the brooms, concrete buildings lime and stone in the bushes that saw you born.

And they got tired of being the mule of hunger and garrote, of the kicks of few words … lucid, like a night of the full moon, they ended up leaning their desire to the precipice between coyotes and dogs without a collar. They howled desperately for cheap taverns and smoke. A difficult goodbye … 🙏💖

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ariposas. Que se enzarzaron contra la deseada muerte, locas desquiciadas, tras un gramo… fiestas de azulejos de bares oscuros. Desperezan los tulipanes contra los adoquines que adornan la vereda del barrio.

Morfeo hoy dormirá entre los cristales revueltos por bandidos de besos fáciles, habéis nacido jóvenes en tiempos de hambre. Perdidas entre circos sin acrobacias y pan duro.

Dormíos ya… que el alba viene con ruido y ruina. Su rezo enfurecido asoma entre los serojos, edificios hormigonados a cal y canto entre los matorrales que os vieron nacer.

Y se cansaron de ser mula de hambre y garrote, de las coces de pocas palabras… lúcidas, como una noche de luna llena, terminaron asomado sus ganas al precipicio entre coyotes y perros sin collar. Aullaron desesperadas por tabernas baratas y humo. Un difícil adiós…


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