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Paul Celan

Unreadability of this
world. All doubles.

The strong clocks
back the fissure-hour,
hoarsely.

You, wedged into your deepest,
climb out of yourself
for ever.

— Paul Celan, “Unreadability,” … 9 weitere Wörter

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Paul Celan

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