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cowboy poetry

Gott
wie das Glätten fällt
das Licht zurückgenommen
Melancholie, Blau war sie
gegangen die drei, jene seltenen Schwestern
eine Feder des Stahls
sie hörte die Kinder, in der Sonne zu spielen
hören Sie
wie wild, wie Hexe-wie sonderbares, das das Leben sein sollte
zu, was eine Frau sie geliebt vergleicht
herauf von die Wiesen reich mit Mais
Dame, Ihr Herz hat an Staub gewendet
Kerzen, die seitlich in den Tomatedosen stürzen
erinnern sich Sie

 



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