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The Seafarer

…from the quills of the dead white poets Marina Tsvetaeva (1892 – 1941) 1923 Rock me down, o starry skiff! My head tired from waves, so stiff! Very long I look for abode, – My head tired from passions, hot: … Continue reading

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“I Know the Only Truth…”

  …from the quills of the dead white poets Marina Tsvetaeva (1892 – 1941) 1915 I know the only truth! The others – cast aside! There’s no need for the men of Earth to fight with others! Look, there’s the … Continue reading

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Two suns are cooling

… from the quills of dead white poets Marina Tsvetaeva 1892 -1941 Two suns are cooling – O save me, God! The first – in heavens, the second – in heart. Will I have an excuse for that? – Both … Continue reading

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