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teen love poem

er wird gegangen
Stadt, die nicht eine Stadt ist
ich sah, daß Sie und shivering auf den Steinen hunched
sehen Sie, sie zurückgehen
ich kann nicht seinem greatness immer glauben
ich sehe einen Stern heute abend
diese alte silberne Schüssel von meinen
ich hörte den Wind aller Tag
ich starrte den prachtvollen Himmel an


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