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Poem of the day

From the Facebook page of Aimara Perez (my translation):

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-i31tpcA0oPM/UQE-fsB8cvI/AAAAAAAAAok/34Y3L7K-_2M/s1600/banderafuga.jpg

Pulverizing Reform

-  So said the butterfly,
-  who observed from its perch on a rose,
-  the star from the flag crying out,
-  Don't leave me behind! Don't leave me behind!
- And it too threw itself into the sea.

By Aimara Perez

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