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sad love poem

ein Himmel, der nie Sonne, Mond oder Sterne gekannt hat
voll von den Rissen
hoch-getragenes Rennen
über dem Fluß auf dem Hügel
unten gekommen an der Dämmerung von den windless Hügeln
dort durch das Fenster im alten Haus
ich sah die erste Birne
die Luft ist wie ein Schmetterling
entlang einem River-side
tat Sie sehen überhaupt ein Krokodil
Sie sind frei
aus dem Fenster heraus ein Meer der grünen Bäume

 



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