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June 23, 2010
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Anna Akhmatova(23.06.1889.-5.03.1966).

The portrait by O.Kardovskaya(1914)

 

My hands clasped under a veil...(1911)

My hands clasped under a veil, dim and hazy…
"Why are you so pale and upset?"
That’s because I today made him crazy
With the sour wine of regret.

Can't forget! He got out, astound,
With his mouth distorted by pain...
I, not touching the railing, ran down,
I was running to him till the lane.

Fully choked, I cried, “That's a joke --
All that was. You get out, I'll die."
And he smiled very calmly, like stroke:
"It is windy right here -- pass by."


Translated by Yevgeny Bonver, August, 2000
Edited by Orit Bonver, August 2000
  The Grey-Eyed King(1910)  Hail! Hail to thee, o, immovable pain!
The young grey-eyed king had been yesterday slain.

This autumnal evening was stuffy and red.
My husband, returning, had quietly said,

"He'd left for his hunting; they carried him home;
They'd found him under the old oak's dome.

I pity the queen. He, so young, past away!...
During one night her black hair turned to grey."

He found his pipe on a warm fire-place,
And quietly left for his usual race.

Now my daughter will wake up and rise --
Mother will look in her dear grey eyes...

And poplars by windows rustle as sing,
"Never again will you see your young king..."

1910


© Copyright, 1996
Translated by Yevgeny Bonver, August 1996
 "Forgotten?"(1957)  Forgotten? I’m not even wondered!
Forgotten was I hundred times,
And times, I’m in grave, were too hundred,
May be, my corps now there lies.
And Muse was too deafened and blinded,
Was rotting – a seed – in soils’ mesh,
To rise then to blue of the Highland
Like Phoenix from blackness of ash


Translated by Yevgeny Bonver, August, 2002

 

 

 

12:28 AM May 09 2011

Agnolia

Agnolia
Russian Federation

thank you so much!

Victory Day!!!

 

oh,  Alice ,again you happened to be at crazy tea party;)

01:52 PM Mar 07 2011

Agnolia

Agnolia
Russian Federation

thank you for cheerful poem of Sasha Cherny!

to be sincere and bold is not quite a task in the virtual world;)

I've noticed that snowdrops are unavailable on your profile

 so Niccolo Paganini sends you one of his favorite flowers


05:59 AM Mar 07 2011

Agnolia

Agnolia
Russian Federation

Dear Natalia,

we with Sergey Esenin would like to congratulate you with this wonderful day of spring!

 Tenderness and love!

 

Несказанное, синее, нежное...
Тих мой край после бурь, после гроз,
И душа моя - поле безбрежное -
Дышит запахом меда и роз...
   Cергей Есенин 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

10:16 PM Feb 14 2011

Agnolia

Agnolia
Russian Federation

I cannot feel   "the sly one" in English...... only in Russian.

 thank you for giving me opportunity of rereading Arthur Rembaud with your eyes;)

 

My favoritites of him are  Ophelia, Dance of  the hanged man, the Drunken Boat.

09:54 AM Feb 14 2011

seagull2010
Russian Federation

Hello Yulia, thank you for the references! Another good poem! I've  read the Russian translation of Nina's Reply by Antokolskiy, not Vitkovskiy, and I concluded the Vitkovskiy's one is much better :) I don't speak French, but sometimes I try to read  it after reading in English to feel the rhythm. I often find it fifficult to name my favourite poem, book, and the like. I can say that I like many, for example, The Sly One, To Music and so on... 

11:16 PM Feb 13 2011

Agnolia

Agnolia
Russian Federation

Happy Valentine's day! Natalia!

 I would like to share  one more poem of  Arthur Rimbaud that I love

 Nina' reply (   http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/nina-s-reply-les-reparties-de-nina/)

  I started loving Arthur in Russian as I don't know French

http://www.stihi.ru/2003/12/12-1566

 do you have your favorite of Rimbaud I wonder?

 

 

12:41 PM Jun 26 2010

inezaltar

inezaltar
Portugal

The trouble is I have too little time  and I wonder if I will manage the grammar

10:43 AM Jun 25 2010

seagull2010
Russian Federation

Thanks for the comment. It's difficult to learn Russian...that's true...

05:41 PM Jun 24 2010

inezaltar

inezaltar
Portugal

My father wanted me to learn Russian to read  the  Russian classics, now I am  too  tired and busy to study the free internet course I have found, but I will start it some  time, I  more  or less  follow  the alphabet except for some signs ( the hard  and  soft sign) and I do not yet manage the script, but  I  neither know the words.

10:39 AM Jun 24 2010

seagull2010
Russian Federation

The translation naturally always is not quite adequate. By now I've accepted it (I used to be against). I just want people get to know the new poet and later read her poems. Smile

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