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I was in Egypt, Vienna, Montreal … Valery Alalykin


'I was in Egypt, Vienna, Montreal …'
I was in Egypt, Vienna, Montreal …
As though for the hand all over the world someone conducted me,
And in Argentina till the morning on a carnival
Searched for Love, but so and has not found.
Love! What you are? In what dress you has?
How to me to know you among the foggy dreams?
And here I have returned to my loved Tolyatti
And has suddenly stiffened, as the stone rock.
She stood on the platform
With the big black plait
And by the oily eyes
Has confused suddenly my mind.
She has lovely smiled to me.
In your eyes the fuse burnt:
«I waited for you the whole year be worry.
Well where you so long go on? »

2008



'Я был в Египте, Вене, Монреале…'
Я был в Египте, Вене, Монреале…
Как будто за руку меня по Свету кто-то вёл,
И в Аргентине до утра на карнавале
Искал Любовь, но так и не нашёл.
Любовь! Какая ты? В каком ты платье?
Как мне узнать тебя среди туманных грёз?
И вот вернулся я в любимый свой Тольятти
И вдруг застыл, как каменный утёс.
Она стояла на перроне
С большою чёрною косой
И маслянистыми глазами
Смутила вдруг рассудок мой.
Она мне мило улыбнулась.
В глазах её горел запал:
«Я целый год ждала тебя измучась.
Ну где же ты так долго пропадал? »

2008

Submitted: Thursday, March 14, 2013

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