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Else Lasker-Schüler, a jewish poet, who worked in Berlin and went to Jerusalem after Hitler got control in 1933. (flower picture to her poem)

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*This is how Gottfried Benn described Else: “Her huge animated raven-black eyes always had an elusive, mysterious look…. it was impossible to go anywhere with her without everyone stopping to stare…. [She] was the Prince of Thebes, Jussuf, Tino of Baghdad, the Black Swan.” AAAAH (Via.)

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Elsa Lasker-Schueler, poet http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ef/Else_Lasker-Sch%25C3%25BCler_1875.jpg/220px-Else_Lasker-Sch%25C3%25BCler_1875.jpg

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Bläuliches Fabeltier. 1913. Postkarte an Else Lasker-Schüler. (bluish mythical creature, picture to her poem)

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Else Lasker-Schüler, a jewish poet, who worked in Berlin and went to Jerusalem after Hitler got control in 1933. (This is a picture to a poem of Prince of Egypt)

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Else Lasker-Schüler

To the Prince of the Grail …

Else Lasker-Schüler

Elsa Lasker-Schueler, poet http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ef/Else_Lasker-Sch%25C3%25BCler_1875.jpg/220px-Else_Lasker-Sch%25C3%25BCler_1875.jpg

*This is how Gottfried Benn described Else: “Her huge animated raven-black eyes always had an elusive, mysterious look…. it was impossible to go anywhere with her without everyone stopping to stare…. [She] was the Prince of Thebes, Jussuf, Tino of Baghdad, the Black Swan.” AAAAH (Via.)

Else Lasker Schüler - Indianerinnen (1928)