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sad death poem

auf und an
ich liege am Tabellenberg
als ich in Ihre Augen schaute
der Himmel
ein Vogel sang
in ihren zackigen regimentals
ich sagte, ich habe geschlossen mein Herz
dieser merkwürdige Begleiter kam auf shuffling Füße
allein
aus dem Fenster heraus ein Meer der grünen Bäume


 



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