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Germany

Abschrift der angeschlagenen Tafel an der Eiche:

Ich stehe schon viel hundert Jahr

Sah manch Geschlecht erblühen
Sah manchen Bursch im Waffenrock
Manch Heer vorüberziehen
Den Rittersmann im Eisenkleid
Mein Schatten schon erquickte
Sah Kriegesleid u. Siegesfreud
Und was der Herr sonst schickte
So mancher tat bedrückt zu mir
Sucht Kraft in meiner Stärke
Er schied von mir mit frohem Sinn
Schritt fest zu seinem Werke
Drum haltet mich wert!
Mein Rauschen soll euch mahnen
Die Ahnen haben mich geehrt
Ehrt Ihr in mir die Ahnen


K.W.B.

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Copyright: Markus Freitag
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Taken: 02/07/2013
Uploaded: 06/07/2013
Updated: 15/08/2014
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Tags: rödgen; roedgen; giessen; gießen; eiche; oek; naturdenkmal; naturschutz; baum; tree; old; old oak; annerod; deutschland; germany; hessen; 600d
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