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graduation poem

ich bin eine Frau
sehen Sie, von dieser Fälschung von ihm
das kleine mitfühlende, getragen, Lachengesichter
machen Sie sich nicht um das unsichtbare Sorgen
burly, DösenHumblebiene
nun da ich zu Ihnen abgekühlt bin
unter dem Erntemond
desolate und einsam
was wir jetzt tut
herauf von die Wiesen reich mit Mais
an der Dämmerung sagte er
einmal dieser weiche Rasen

 



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