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broken heart poem

tun Sie die Jungen und Mädchen gehen noch
Moonlight tief und zart
lassen Sie uns unsere niedrigeren Neigungen ausdrücken
ein Nebel fuhr unten
diese sind
ich stand das geöffnete Flügelfenster bereit
machen Sie sich nicht Sorgen, daß er rüber sein
er war ein hohes junges oysterman
lassen Sie hören


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