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suicide poetry

die Schwärzung
vor tausend leisen Jahren
ich erwarte Sie
ich sehe einen Stern heute abend
babylon -- wo ich gehe zu träumen
Freund, dessen Lächeln gekommen ist zu sein
wenig Gatter wurde schließlich erreicht
meine ganze Liebe für meinen Bonbon
gestiegen von den Toten
sehen Sie, daß ich Ihnen mich gebe

 



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