"Two Sailors On The Beach" as written by and Marc/garcia Lorca Almond....
He wears in his heart
A fish from the China Sea
At times one sees it crossing
Diminished in his eyes
Being sea man he forgets
Bars and oranges

He looks at the water

He had a soapy tongue
He washed his hands and was still
Level world hilly sea
A hundred stars and his ship
He saw the balconies of the pope
And the golden breasts of the Cuban girls

He looks at the water




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"Two Sailors on the Beach" as written by Federico (+1936) Garcia Lorca Donald Jenks

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