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thanksgiving poetry

haben Sie gesehenes Gehen durch das Dorf
drehen Sie mich unten durch die Wiese
meine Seele geht in den gorgeous Sachen plattiert
ein Nebel fuhr unten
haben wir keine Schande?
einige windigere Tage
blau-schwarze nubian zupfende Orangen
wir legen
zu, was eine Frau sie geliebt vergleicht
ich sah die Wolken unter den Hügeln

 



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