Racina Rodriguez

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I was born by a sparkling river, that bent and curved through ancient buildings made of clay and stone
Under the star light I cried as I came into the world.
My mother left me by the water's side wrapped in warm cloth.
At dawn, when the suns smile met my face, A kind poor lady, scooped up in her arms and carried me home
There she called me her ...
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