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ich sterbe
pharaoh, König von Land Ägyptens
ich gehe meine Weise complacently
wenn Nacht entlang den Straßen der Stadt treibt
die kleinen weißen Gebete
wir waren nicht viele
hören Sie zum klingenden Meer
durch die rude Brücke
an der Dämmerung sagte er
wie ich innen roofed liege, innen aussortiert
stieg und Bernstein war der Sonnenuntergang auf dem Fluß
Schlaf süß in Ihren humble Gräbern


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