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A Poem by Fyodor Sologub : Don Quixote

Don Quixote Through the rusty, ever-grinding clangour Of the fierce worldly chariot, Through the curses, whistle, laughter, clamour, Having lost his horse, lance, shield and sword, To the fence of lands of Dulcinea, Don Quixote will drag himself, at last: …

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A Poem by Fyodor Sologub : What Are Our Villages

What Are Our Villages What are our villages, destitute, Or the whole of time and of space? Father’s mansions exist in a multitude, – We don’t know their name, and their place. But, while waiting for joys behind earthly skies, …

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A Poem by Fyodor Sologub : The Amphora

The Amphora In a gay jar upon his shoulder The slave morosely carries wine. His road is rough with bog and boulder, And in the sky no starlights shine. Into the dark with stabbing glances He peers, his careful steps …

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