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Zinaida Hippius

A Poem by Zinaida Hippius : She

She In her despiteous and shameless wickedness She is, as ashes, grey or grey as dust. And I am perishing from just her nearness, From bonds that solidly connected us. She is a coarse one, she is a prickly one, ...

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A Poem by Zinaida Hippius : Non-Love

Non-Love Like winds of seas, you toss the shutters, Like winds of deserts, you sing : ‘Behold! You’re mine for ever! I’m ancient Clutter, Your old, good fellow, – unlock your hold!’ I dare not open, I hold the shutters, ...

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A Poem by Zinaida Hippius : She

She In her despiteous and shameless wickedness She is, as ashes, grey or grey as dust. And I am perishing from just her nearness, From bonds that solidly connected us. She is a coarse one, she is a prickly one, ...

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A Poem by Zinaida Hippius : Non-Love

Non-Love Like winds of seas, you toss the shutters, Like winds of deserts, you sing : ‘Behold! You’re mine for ever! I’m ancient Clutter, Your old, good fellow, – unlock your hold!’ I dare not open, I hold the shutters, ...

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Zinaida Hippius biography

Zinaida Hippius biography November 20, 1869 – September 9, 1945 She thought up new ideas, took an active part in lively exchanges of opinion and played a fundamental role in the religious renaissance of her country. For Hippius, the purpose ...

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