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TE CREÍA LOCO, PERO MORÍA DE AMOR

TE CREÍA LOCO, PERO MORÍA DE AMOR

Daniel Beyrne

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ExLibric
Año de edición:
2023
Materia
Poesía
ISBN:
9788419827920
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Descubre un mundo donde la poesía se convierte en el puente entre el pasado y el presente, entre la locura y el amor. Daniel Beyrne nos invita a un viaje emocional, donde los recuerdos de la infancia se entrelazan con las pasiones adultas, creando un tapiz de emociones que cautivarán al lector desde la primera página. ¿Es posible enloquecer por amor? ¿Puede un viejo amigo olvidado cambiar nuestra percepción de la realidad? Sumérgete en esta obra y redescubre el poder transformador de las palabras. Una joya literaria que te hará cuestionar, soñar y sentir en cada verso.

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