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footprint poem

wie Adler auf hoher Höhe
aller Tag zum Aufpassen der blauen Welle sich zu kräuseln und zu brechen
an der Dämmerung sagte er
ein Blick ist aber ein Strahl
sie hat einen freien Raum, Wind-geschütztes loveliness
die Wiese kroch
ich bin alt und blind
lassen Sie uns unsere niedrigeren Neigungen ausdrücken

 



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