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A Poem by Alexander Pushkin : The Memorial

The Memorial Beyond compare the monument I have erected, And to this spirit column well-worn the people’s path,– Its head defiant will out-soar that famous pillar The Emperor Alexander hath! I shall not vanish wholly,–No! but young forever My spirit ...

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A Poem by Alexander Pushkin : Night Piece

  Night Piece I can’t sleep, and there’s no light, Mirk all round and restless slumber, Tickings near me without number, Monotonous clock measuring night! O you Fates with old wives’ chatter, Sleepy night so softly swaying, Life with mouselike ...

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A Poem by Alexander Pushkin : Night

  Night My voice, to which love lends a tenderness and yearing, Disturbs night’s dreamy calm … Pale at my bedside burning, A taper wastes away … From out my heart there surge Stift verses, streams of love, that hum ...

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A Poem by Alexander Pushkin : Morpheus

  Morpheus Oh, Morpheus, give me joy till morning For my forever painful love: Just blow out candles’ burning And let my dreams in blessing move. Let from my soul disappear The separation’s sharp rebuke! And let me see that ...

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