Yuri Starostin

(4.07.1972.)

So It Is Delightful In The Mad Anger Valery Alalykin


To another the heart to break out! .
And suddenly in terrible 'refrain' -
That was in the past - to cry out!
As it is often silly and haughty
To please the blind pride
Tears a relations instantly,
And after cry over the destiny.
14.10.2011



'Как сладостно в безумном гневе...'
Как сладостно в безумном гневе
Другому сердце разорвать! ..
И вдруг в убийственном 'припеве' -
Что было в прошлом - прокричать!
Как часто глупо и надменно
В угоду гордости слепой
Рвут отношения мгновенно,
А после плачут над судьбой.
14.10.2011

Submitted: Monday, March 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 18, 2013

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