Markelov Vladimir

Rookie (1958 / Russia)

Biography of Markelov Vladimir

Markelov Vladimir poet

Vladimir Markelov.

V. Markelov, DM - the modern Russian poet was born 21-01-1958 in a small village near to Finland. His father, the military man, was the participant of Great War with Germany (1941-1945) . Now lives in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia.

The majority of poems are written in style of irony, grotesque, a joke, basically in Russian. Its known poem 'Helicopter' is written in style of neoacmeism, devoted to the destiny of the Russian families, lost their children in War with Afghanistan.

Recently it is keen by translations into Russian of the American and English poets (Robert Frost, Ezra Pound, Byron, Allen Ginsberg, Wallace Stevens, William Blake and others) , and also wrights the Limericks. The most part of creativity is devoted to poems for children.

Markelov Vladimir's Works:

In the given collection there are some poems written for English-speaking readers. The Reader’s comments may kindly be sent to his email address:
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My Wish.

Please, don’t create to itself an Idol
In freakish dreams, in the Universe.
Your lyre will fly off at the handle
Like blind Mole made a shitty verse.

Don’t pick at wreath upon gravestone:
Perhaps, it’s lovely to someone;
In night, having heard a spiteful howl,
Recall – d’you washed your anus in the morn?

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