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im September
in ihren zackigen regimentals
ich mag es
unter dusky Lorbeerblatt
der Duft kam
wenn Nacht entlang den Straßen der Stadt treibt
ein Himmel, der nie Sonne, Mond oder Sterne gekannt hat
stern kalter Mann
bis zu ihrem Raumfenster

 



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