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so gefallen
in die Dunkelheit und Frieden meinem abschließenden Betts
als Meer-Winde unsere Solitudes durchbohrten
O angemessen und stately Mädchen, dessen Augen
aber ich kann nicht Sie jetzt lesen
Material des Mondes
Schriftsatz auf einer Fliegennacht
ich kann nicht Ihnen jetzt erklären
wer den Wind nennen wird
entlang den Bänken
die langen resounding Marmorflure
im Hafen neuen Yorks


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