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A man lives in the house he plays with his vipers he writes
he writes when it grows dark to Deutschland your golden hair Margareta
Your ashen hair Shulamith we shovel a grave in the air there you won't lie too cramped.
A little stallion gallops across the leafing fingers-
Black the gate leaps open, I sing;
How did we live here?
Don't sign your name between worlds, surmount the manifold of meanings, trust the tearstain, learn to live.
You opened your eyes -I saw my darkness live. I see through it down to the bed; there too it is mine and lives.
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