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Sturm
ich sehe einen Stern heute abend
in einem alten Raum beleuchtete weich
lassen Sie uns errichten
der Regen sein rüber und die leuchtende Luft
ich bin in das Ödland gekommen, weil meine Seele athirst ist
ich starrte den prachtvollen Himmel an
ich stand das geöffnete Flügelfenster bereit
vor tausend leisen Jahren
unter den Rauch und Nebel eines Dezembernachmittages
die Sonne ist oben

 



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