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wedding poem

die alten Songs
steigender Mond hat die Sterne versteckt
ich habe die Welt geworfen
möglicherweise ist es gleichgültig, das Sie starben
Ruhe als die zweiter Sommer
die Luft ist wie ein Schmetterling
Glück
obwohl Lieberepine und Grundscheuern
allein
der Duft kam
mit dem Sonnenuntergang
wir, die standen
die Berge sind sie leise Völker

 



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