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ich liege am Tabellenberg
der Körper kann begrenzen
ich halte Ihr Herz
Vögel gegen den Aprilwind
die Dichter sagen
sie in der Schwärzungsversammlung und bitten
behold ich, in meinem chiffon, in Gaze und in Filterstreifen
Dame, Ihr Herz hat an Staub gewendet
sind sie traurig, die nicht Liebe kennen
ich liebe die alten melodious Lagen
ich stand
wenn ich zurück zu Masse gehe
pharaoh, König von Land Ägyptens
alle werfen die Jahre nieder

 



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