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graduation poem

ich liege am Tabellenberg
Himmel, die sie waren, ashen und nüchtern
sie sagte
Überschreiten durch die huddled und häßlichen Wände
der Körper kann begrenzen
aus dem Fenster heraus ein Meer der grünen Bäume
eine Feder des Stahls
wenig Park, den ich durch führe
nicht von der breiten Welt des Ganzen
herauf von die Wiesen reich mit Mais
wie wie die Sterne dieses Weiß ist, namenlose Gesichter

 



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