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verbessern Sie als Granit
gestern Abend legte der Vollmond ein Tuch von Weiß
und noch gingen sie an
ein mit Ihnen
um Mitternacht
ich rüttele mein Haar im Wind des Morgens
weich weinend
zu, was eine Frau sie geliebt vergleicht
meine zutreffende Liebe von ihrem Kissen stieg
ich sah ihn einmal vorher
wir waren nicht viele


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