Dimka Sviridenko

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Lets try to creat poems,
Again and again
Till something new, in basis,
Old gods face praing
How better to say
Without lie, Lets start
Against all people and destiny
For memory,
And respect,
Hey destiny don't sleep,
Please cover us
Cause look what have u done
with that small kid,
u droped him on the street
beneath the ways, and u don't care
And he, so small and stupid
Still has some milk on lips,
He goes under alien trees
Go outside from native places,
Come to the desert and slavery
How can i be not against u
Who love in lie, unfaithfull destiny,
I'm not gona say bad about u
U dirty, angry destiny
And in party i''ll compose
some poems about the world
And slavery
Dnipro will help me in this case
my lovely, angry destiny.

Taras Shevchenko - А нумо знову віршувать (Kobzar)
Translation by Dima Sviridenko

Submitted: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
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It is translation of the best poets in Ukraine - T. Shevchenko.

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