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anniversary poem

wenn die Stunden des Tages numeriert werden
ich verachte meine Freunde mehr als Sie
wie ein blanker Mann ich gehen
ich sehe allen menschlichen Esprit
in allen Sachen gesprochen nicht von
was es die gesagten Maschinen war
zwischen den musing Sonnenuntergang und die Dunkelheit
lassen Sie nicht hören
in einem alten Raum beleuchtete weich
und wie Sie Traum der Sitzung konnten
ihr schönes Haar
wer den Wind nennen wird
O angemessen und stately Mädchen, dessen Augen
unten gekommen an der Dämmerung von den windless Hügeln

 



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