kitty smith

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El en que intento poesia española

Corre, corre,
todos ustedes corren
el monstruo
el dolor
que viene
Yo ruego a todos ejecutar
¿Qué sabe usted sobre el monstruo
¿Qué podría saber sobre el monstruo?
por favor, sálvanos del monstruo

Submitted: Monday, August 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013

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yes i do speak a little Spanish(no Google translate i swear) , i have been taking it since kindergarten (i went too private school up until 8th grade which is why i speak it so well most of my family only speaks English)
i decided i would take one of my simpler poems and attempt to translate it into Spanish please tell me how i did. if you speak Spanish and this is all wrong don't hesitate to tell me and i will be posting this in English.

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