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First of all, it's a poem: poets are not exactly known as sticklers for grammar. There is not a single full sentence in this poem. They way I understand it "Es" does not refer to lips. It's a generic "it" (as in, e.g. "it remains to be seen" or "it will rain tomorrow"). The last two lines are to be read together: es bleibt noch / viel zu sagen (it ...
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