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african american poetry

die Dämmerung war apfelgrün
dieser merkwürdige Begleiter kam auf shuffling Füße
die Berge sind sie leise Völker
wie wie die Sterne dieses Weiß ist, namenlose Gesichter
gebildet vom loveliness alleine
ich liebe die alten melodious Lagen
und mein Name ist truthful
rühren Sie sich
ein Dichter, nachdem den Zaum seine Zunge entfernt habend

 



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