Treasure Island

Yuri Starostin

(4.07.1972.)

Anadyr Flowers By Vasily Bargachan


Anadyr flowers
From a long and snowy arctic winter
The earth frozen and never thaw,
But every spring by the blue carpet
All the grey –hair land the flowers covers.

By the lights they shines on the rocks
And in the wetland marsh blooms insatiable,
And, it seems, the tundra is in the light of a dawn
As the one country precepted.

In the envelope I'll put the arctic poppy,
Look, to wonder its life force,
We would be happier if
To father's land we serve so honest.

Анадырские цветы
От долгих и снежных арктических зим
Промерзла земля и вовек не оттает,
Но каждую весну ковром голубым
Всю землю седую цветы покрывают.

Они огоньками горят на камнях
И в топях болотных цветут неуемно,
И, кажется, тундра в рассветных лучах
Какой-то страной заповедной.

В конверт положу я арктический мак,
Взгляни, подивись его жизненной силе,
Мы были б счастливее, если бы так
Отцовской земле бескорыстно служили.

Submitted: Sunday, October 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 28, 2013

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