Abu l-Hasan al-Husri

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Mourning in Andalusia


If white is the colour
of mourning in Andalusia,
it is a proper custom.

Look at me,
I dress myself in the white
of white hair
in mourning for youth.

Submitted: Thursday, January 01, 2004

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