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autumn poem

sie sprengte fierce Wein
es gibt Gewinne für alle unsere Verluste
herauf von den Süden am Bruch des Tages
unsere angenehmen Momente fliegen
ich brenne keinen Duft
desolate und einsam
Moonlight tief und zart
sind Sie wach?
könnten wir aber zu wissen
über den Dachspitzen laufen Sie die Schatten der Wolken
er würde sogar seinen Witz haben
entlang den Bänken

 



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