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poetry in motion

in Ihren Armen war ruhige Freude
Roses und Gold
eins nach dem anderen wie verläßt von einem Baum
nun da ich zu Ihnen abgekühlt bin
und noch gingen sie an
wenn der Schleier von den Augen angehoben wird
die auf das Oberseite sagen, daß sie Sie, Masse kennen -- sie sind Lügner
dort durch das Fenster im alten Haus
meine Mutter unterrichtete mich daß jede Nacht

 



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