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african american poetry

Welt, die unter meiner Hand ändert
ich loathed Sie
die einzelne zusammengeprgessene angehobene Faust und bereiten vor
unsere angenehmen Momente fliegen
Bonbon mit Farn und stieg
schöne, tragical Gesichter
ich habe den Silence der Sterne und des Meeres gekannt
wie ich sollen Sie, helfen Sie rechts der Welt, die falsch geht

 



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