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fall poetry

ich liebte eine Frau
geben Sie mich
hängen Sie keinen Wreath
jetzt, während meine Lippen leben
als ich am Sonnenuntergang zurückkam
einige windigere Tage
voll von den Rissen
ich mag es
wie das Glätten fällt
wer den Regen liebt
welches hält
die Schwärzung stiehlt die Formen aller Königinnen


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