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african american poetry

gegen die grüne Flamme des Weißdorn-Baums
die Lattentagesdrowses auf dem westlichen durchtränken
zu einigem die fetten Götter
wer der Läufer in den Himmeln ist
ich denke sie gerades herrliches
einmal dieser weiche Rasen

 



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