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footprint poem

wickeln Sie die Masse im bewölkten Wetter auf
Nacht war schwarz und drear
ich bete nicht für Frieden
ich stehe im kalten grauen Wetter
sie können von der Liebe in einem Häuschen sprechen
ein mit Ihnen


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