Mikhail Vasilyevich Lomonosov

(1711 - 1765 / Russia)

Mikhail Vasilyevich Lomonosov Poems

1. An Ode In Blessed Memory 1/1/2004
2. An Evening Reflection 1/1/2004

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An Evening Reflection

The day conceals its brilliant face,
And dark night covers up the fields,
Black shadows creep upon the hills,
Light's rays recede from us.
Before us gapes a well of stars -
Stars infinite, well fathomless.

A grain of sand in ocean swells,
A tiny glint in endless ice,
Fine ash caught in a mighty gale,
A feather in a raging fire,
So I am lost in this abyss,
Oppressed by thoughts profound.

The mouths of wise men call to us:
"A multitude of worlds dwell there,
Among them burning suns untold,
And peoples, and the wheel of ...

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