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african american poetry

als ich war, lief London ein
wenn es
geheimnisvolle Nacht
aber ich kann nicht Sie jetzt lesen
ich weiß nicht wo
es gibt Gewinne für alle unsere Verluste
er erklärt von den guten alten Zeiten
als ich in Ihre Augen schaute
von der Sonne noch Sterne
wie das Glätten fällt
die Qual des Habens zu vieler Energie


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