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die Schiffe liegen in der Bucht
süß und stark
die Schwärzung stiehlt die Formen aller Königinnen
ich sagte
lassen Sie uns errichten
jenseits schauen
lassen Sie mich durch die Straße langsam bewegen
möglicherweise
blau-schwarze nubian zupfende Orangen
Glasbläser der Zeit
wenn es
wenn der Schleier von den Augen angehoben wird

 



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