A.Pushkin, I'Ve Gone Through My Desires.. - Transl (Rus.) - Poem by Lyudmila Purgina
by Alexander Pushkin
I've gone today through my desires,
And lost the love to magic dreams;
The only sufferings reside here,
The fruits of heart's whole emptiness.
By influence of cruel fate storm
My blooming wreath had faded all -
I live so sorrowful, alone,
And wait: if end would come and call?
So under impact of frosts later,
When winter tempest whistles most,
Alone - on the tree branch naked,
The leaf is trembling ever lost.
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