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father poem

wenig Gatter wurde schließlich erreicht
die Schiffe liegen in der Bucht
was spiteful Wahrscheinlichkeit unawares stiehlt
die Dichter sagen
lieben Sie mich schließlich oder, wenn Sie nicht werden
hören Sie
ich habe die stolzesten Sterne gesehen
sehen Sie, von dieser Fälschung von ihm
ihr schönes Haar
burly, DösenHumblebiene
schauen Sie heraus nach den Sternen, meine Liebe
lassen Sie einen Freudenunterhalt Sie
traurig sprechend

 



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