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african american poetry

weich weinend
auf und ab geht ihn
schön
jene schwarzen Augen I einmal so gepriesen
wenn, voll von der warmen und eifrigen Liebe
Welt, die unter meiner Hand ändert
der Schnee whispers über mich
in die Dunkelheit und Frieden meinem abschließenden Betts
ich liebe meine Stunde des Winds und des Lichtes
unter den Rauch und Nebel eines Dezembernachmittages
es gibt kein Entweichen durch den Fluß
Standplatz hier durch meine Seite
von der Sonne noch Sterne

 



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