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writing poetry

ich liege am Tabellenberg
alle innen und alle ohne mich
liegt hier eine schönste Dame
Moonlight tief und zart
über den Dachspitzen laufen Sie die Schatten der Wolken
ein Himmel, der nie Sonne, Mond oder Sterne gekannt hat
jenseits schauen
Schatten legen entlang broadway
ich rüttele mein Haar im Wind des Morgens
lassen Sie mich traurig sein

 



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