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i miss you poem

wie ein blanker Mann ich gehen
wenn Nacht entlang den Straßen der Stadt treibt
ein kleiner Pfirsich im Obstgarten wuchs
um so bald zu diesem zu kommen stellte sich Dunkelheit vor
herrlich und schrecklich Ihre Liebe
diese sind
das Swanbestehen
aus dem funkelnden Meer heraus
ich wußte nie, daß die Masse soviel Gold hatte
glooms der Lebeneichen

 



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