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graduation poem

Meister der menschlichen Schicksale sind ich
Kerzen, die seitlich in den Tomatedosen stürzen
der Geruch von stieg so falsch, die zutreffenden Dornen so
in der LageSEIN, jede Seite jeder Frage zu sehen
warum so traurig mein reizendes?
geben Sie mir Hunger
das Emporheben, als der Wind brannte durch
Töchter der Zeit
entlang den Bänken


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