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es gibt Gewinne für alle unsere Verluste
durch das Ufer durch das Meer
gestiegen von den Toten
weich als das Bett in der Masse
ich habe den Silence der Sterne und des Meeres gekannt
jene schwarzen Augen I einmal so gepriesen
die Wiese kroch
tat Sie sehen überhaupt ein Krokodil
als es
machen Sie sich nicht um das unsichtbare Sorgen
und breakethbrot nicht mehr
gestern Abend legte der Vollmond ein Tuch von Weiß

 



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