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‘At the Valkhaven’

My love for you, I trace it back
To the Café de Waterklerk

My love for you, I trace the call
Climb up to write it on the wall

Trace it back, my love for you
And if the moon prays, I pray too

Precisely trace the large stones laid
To build a bridge, to create shade

My love for you, I trace it out
In Prussian blue and apricot

My love for you is traced upon
Gold icons, old-time religion

My love for you, a trace within
The power of a waterhen

My love through tracing paper
See all things reshaped by nature

Trace around it, lace untie
Anchor cast toward the sky

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