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How much I loved you

Perhaps from a distance

my love is not strange to you;

this passion may be a punishment

and not even have the fortune to see you again


I look for you in my fingerprints

in indelible memories;

I discover that everything was a mistake

of bitter remembrances and misunderstandings


This long wait is a punishment that chokes me to death;

wishing to have you with me


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