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graduation poem

sie muß zurück gehen, sagte sie
neben es gab nie einen Ton das Holz aber eins
dunkelstes, merkwürdigstes Geheimnis
von der Sonne noch Sterne
glooms der Lebeneichen
herauf von den Süden am Bruch des Tages
und mit dem Summenvogel
einfach sprechend
die alten Songs
schwach-weak-winged Song
pharaoh, König von Land Ägyptens
gestiegen von den Toten
ein Fliegenwort von hier und dort
Sitzen in seinem Schalthebel, der Ihren Tee wartet


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