ick


ick
(nd.) Relikt, deshalb ick gesprochen.
»Icke-Gedicht«
Ick sitze da und esse Klopps.
Uff eenmal kloppt’s.
Ick jeh zur Tür und denk: Nanu?
Erst war se uff, jetz isse zu!
Ick jehe raus und kieke -
Und wer steht draußen? Icke!

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