Meike Schrut

You have luck, more than me

If you are to the opinion

I would look at that time as wasted,

thus I said:

"This is not indeed in such a way!"

If it may only be for you also boringly

to watch the fish with the squirming,

there are more dull things than this.

Even if you speak not with each other, -

you and your father -

what I would give for it, with my father in such a way

to be able to be quiet, but I bet:
we would have blethered about God and the contemptible world. 


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Published on on 05/18/2010.


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