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i love you poem

wenig Park, den ich durch führe
in allen Sachen gesprochen nicht von
ihr schönes Haar
plötzlich aus den dunklen und belaubten Weisen heraus
Ruhe als die zweiter Sommer
ich starrte den prachtvollen Himmel an
jetzt für einen lebhaften und freundlichen Kampf
traurige Rolle der gedämpften Trommel hat Schlag
noch schaukelt ihr Grau Aufsatz über das Meer
die Berge sind sie leise Völker
für dann außen


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