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mother daughter poem

einmal dieser weiche Rasen
weich als das Bett in der Masse
lassen Sie uns unsere niedrigeren Neigungen ausdrücken
ruhig mit reverance, im Awe
ein Dichter, nachdem den Zaum seine Zunge entfernt habend
ein kleiner Pfirsich im Obstgarten wuchs
den brennenden Gedanken kleiden
in ihren zackigen regimentals
Roses und Gold
der Blitz blitzte und hob an
mit Freude und Wunder


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