Lyudmila Purgina

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M.Tsvetaeva - N.Lankov, Confession - translation (rus.) Poem by Lyudmila Purgina


Confession
By NIKOLA LANKOV

Under russian translation from bulgarian
by Marina Tsvetaeva

On this earth I'm the involuntary liver,
But I shan't leave it by my own will!
My only duty - to live like a soldier,
And to kiss the world with my ardent lips.

I'm not scared of the blackness of the life,
Of its black clouds, the grief - I'll throw up.
A silver spring is boiling in my heart -
The hope for the future and the better times.

And the only one treasure now I have,
Which is my heart - who'd loved all over!
For freedom of my native land
I'm ready to throw it into the oven!

I didn't ask for life, I'm forced to live in that,
But I shan't leave life by my own will.
The only duty of the real man's - to create,
Kissing the world with his ardent lips.
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Submitted: Friday, September 6, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013
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In russian on the page of Krasimir Georgiev

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