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‘Pandémica y celeste’ Jaime Gil de Biedma

“Sólo lo que no cesa de doler, permanece en la memoria”. Nietzsche Imagínate ahora que tú y yo muy tarde ya en la noche hablemos hombre a hombre, finalmente. Imagínatelo, en una de esas noches memorables de rara comunión, con … Sigue ...

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