Nikolay Alekseyevich Nekrasov
Nikolay Alekseyevich Nekrasov Poems
- Morning You're unhappy, sick at heart: Oh, I know it-here ...
- I Shall Soon Fall Prey To Rot I shall soon fall prey to ...
- The Songs Of Siberian Exiles We stand unbroken in our ...
- The Love Letter Letter of love so strangely thrilling With ...
- In War Hearing the terrors of the war, sore troubled, By ...
- A Farewell Farewell! Forget the days of trial, Of grudge, ...
- Thoughts At A Vestibule Here's a vestibule. On ...
Nekrasov was a Russian poet and journalist. His first collection of poems - Dreams and Sounds was published in 1840. His second collection The Poems of Nikolay Nekrasov (1856) brought him great success.
In 1847-1866 he held the post of the editor-publisher of the magazine "Sovremennik" ("Contemporary"). His writings represented the life of common people of cities, the life of Russian peasantry, and the destiny of Russian women. His poems Red-Nosed Frost Grandfather (1864), Russian Women (1871-1872), Who lives happy in the Russia(1866-1876).
Nekrasov's poetry was closely connected with folklore and had a great influence upon the Russian literature. ... more »
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You're unhappy, sick at heart:
Oh, I know it-here such sickness isn't rare.
Nature can but mirror
The surrounding poverty.
All is ever drear and dismal,
Pastures, fields, and meadows,
Wet and drowsy jackdaws
Resting on the peaked haystacks;
Here's a drunken peasant driving
His collapsing nag
Into far-off blueish mists,
Such a gloomy sky . . . It makes one weep!
The rich city is no better, though:
The same storm clouds race across the sky;
It's hard on the nerves-steel shovels
Scraping, screeching as they clean the streets