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da ich der Richtung des Todes geglaubt habe
lassen Sie uns unsere niedrigeren Neigungen ausdrücken
die Dämmerung war apfelgrün
was es die gesagten Maschinen war
die Luft ist wie ein Schmetterling
pharaoh, König von Land Ägyptens
auf und an
in der LageSEIN, jede Seite jeder Frage zu sehen
alle beruhigen entlang dem potomac
ich habe sie in der Nacht gehört
dort durch das Fenster im alten Haus
vor tausend leisen Jahren
entlang einem River-side

 



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