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Wybrane wiersze: Zgubiona - w trakcie zbawienia!... Jedyne znane mi Gazety... Czekać Godzinę - to długo... Błyskawica - to żółty widelec... Czy Niebo jest Lekarzem?... Pomiędzy Trwogą a Rozpaczą... Szalone - Dzikie Noce!... - Umierający - dawniej... Niepostrzeżenie jak Żal... Skoro nie mogłam mieć Wszystkiego...
Hardcover, 47 pages
Published 2000 by Algo
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