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läßt lang das Sommertageslicht glänzen
die langen resounding Marmorflure
der Regen sein rüber und die leuchtende Luft
im September
ich hörte den Wind aller Tag
ich habe daß eine bestimmte Prinzessin gehört
die Berge sind sie leise Völker
sind sie traurig, die nicht Liebe kennen
wenn ihr Haar wild flaying
zwischen den musing Sonnenuntergang und die Dunkelheit
der Schnee whispers über mich
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