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Petya Dubarova

Petya Dubarova biography

  Petya Dubarova biography Petya Dubarova was born on April 25, 1962. She studied in the English-language high school in the seaside city of Burgas. She committed suicide, not yet 17, on December 4, 1979. She wrote poetry from a …

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A Poem By Petya Dubarova: Drowned stars

Drowned stars… Drowned stars are floating on the sea. Salt burnt the freshness of their colour. How softly, without taking leave, they lost both light and power. But I would turn my heart right now into a pyramid, a sell, …

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A Poem By Petya Dubarova: Dedication

  Dedication On chilly night, when drunk on rum, sleep wallows in my attic room, the moon grows darker from its sins, when, strangled upon night’s sharp rim, right there – above me – fear hangs, it’s then I offer …

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A Poem By Petya Dubarova: Saturdays

Saturdays On Saturdays I’m unappreciated – wild, flexible, and lively as a lynx. And tiredness, having turned into a whim, vacates me like a wound – healed up and faded. School totally collapses in my mind and I am far …

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A Poem By Petya Dubarova: Winter Holidays

Winter Holidays They melted like snow in my hair, then died like a cropped out plait. My panting day is dreaming they’re here, my morning pursues them to stay. Heaping snow in my cave of delight, I hide some image …

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A Poem By Petya Dubarova: Mood

Mood The whole sky stumbled on a cloud, And tumbled like a temple dome. Then like a plane, it shrieked, it shouted. And I saw, angered again and dumb, The night rain, lean to kick The clipped off border of …

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