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i miss you poem

als ich war, lief London ein
Töchter der Zeit
die Masse hält etwas Erschütterungsgehen
weich als das Bett in der Masse
die Sonne ist oben
süß und stark
aber ich kann nicht Sie jetzt lesen
um so bald zu diesem zu kommen stellte sich Dunkelheit vor
es gibt Gewinne für alle unsere Verluste
ich gehe meine Weise complacently
es gibt kein Entweichen durch den Fluß

 



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