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i love you poem

es gibt ein Land voll des Weins
so verloren
wer den Wind nennen wird
zwischen den musing Sonnenuntergang und die Dunkelheit
und während wir gingen, wurde das Gras schwach gerührt
Moonlight tief und zart
wo ich sollen Sie, finden Sie Sie
die Schwärzung
während ich das Hören stand, diskret dumb
in den Hallen des Schlafes wandered Sie vorbei
lassen Sie mich durch die Straße langsam bewegen
ich bin alt und blind
um so bald zu diesem zu kommen stellte sich Dunkelheit vor

 



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