Yevgeny Yevtushenko (18 July 1933 / Zima Junction, Siberia)
Poems of Yevgeny Yevtushenko
|42.||Monologue Of A Broadway Actress||8/18/2007|
|43.||Monologue of a Polar Fox On An Alaskan Fur Farm||8/18/2007|
|44.||Monologue of an American Poet||8/18/2007|
|48.||No, I'll No Take Half||8/18/2007|
|49.||On The Question of Freedom||8/18/2007|
|53.||Picture of Childhood||8/18/2007|
|54.||Pitching and Reeling||8/18/2007|
|55.||Poetry Gives Off Smoke||8/18/2007|
|60.||The Execution of Stenka Razin||8/17/2007|
Something dangerous is beginning:
I am coming late to my own self.
I made an appointment with my thoughts-
the thoughts were snatched from me.
I made an appointment with Faulkner-
but they made me go to a banquet.
I made an appointment with history,
but a grass-widow dragged me into bed.
Worse than barbed wire