S.Yesenin, I remember, my darling... - translation (rus.)
By Sergei Yesenin
I remember, my darling, remember
All the shine of your hairs flowing.
Not a joy was and not a light weight
Was my leaving you, in a great sorrow.
I remember the autumn nights though,
And the birch's rustle of shadows,
Though days then were short in a row,
Moon was brighter and longer in glow.
I remember - you said as a gospel:
'All the blue years will turn to end,
And one time you'll forget me with other girl,
You'll forget me forever, my friend'.
Now a linden tree caused a remembrance
Of my previous feelings, of all
The nice flowers, which I with tender
Strewed at your glistening hair curl.
Yet today my heart is not cooled either,
Loving other girl, I'm in a sorrow.
As a love story my heart's reminding
You and your love, forever all's gone.
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