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A Poem By Nikolay Gumilyov : Thoughts

Thoughts Why did they gather to me, thoughts, As thiefs from suburbs in the night? As black kites pounced on Ominous, moroze, demanding vengeance right? The hope – passed, the dreams – had run, My eyes – wide opened, exited, ...

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A Poem By Nikolay Gumilyov : The Cross

The Cross For long the cards were lying, one after another, Therefore I was in vain becoming tipsy afterwards. The cold stars of march like being in great trouble Were going pale, one after one, outdoors. In cold brainstorm, as ...

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A Poem By Nikolay Gumilyov : The Rat

The Rat An icon-lamp is flinching in the corner Of the quiet child’s room, dark ‘n’ weird, In the small laced bassinet rosy, Lying quietly, there is a baby child. What’s this? Isn’t it a caugh of dwarf? There he ...

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