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das traurigste des Jahres
die einzelne zusammengeprgessene angehobene Faust und bereiten vor
eine Feder des Stahls
Töchter der Zeit
vor er war viele und viel einem Jahr
Sonne und Wind und Schlag von Meer
Dame, Ihr Herz hat an Staub gewendet
vor drei Jahren heute
in das leise Land
Nacht war schwarz und drear
in den mournful Zahlen
Sie sind frei
glänzt das letzte Alter, das folgende mit Hoffnung wird gesehen

 



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