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retirement poem

unten gekommen an der Dämmerung von den windless Hügeln
Stern-Staub und vaporous Licht
Nobility des Todes wieder
wie ein blanker Mann ich gehen
es war der Herbst des Jahres
wie ich innen roofed liege, innen aussortiert
melancholische Tage sind gekommen
die Luft ist von Dämmerung und Frühling voll
nun da ich zu Ihnen abgekühlt bin
herauf von den Süden am Bruch des Tages
der Körper kann begrenzen


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