To A Girl That Asked To Bring Her Dawn - Poem by Kseniya Rundel
What is the worth of having dawn delight
without knowing a night of bliss and lights
of thousand stars; a sunset also is bright
when builds a link between a day ‘nd a night;
And all these items slowly develop days
Then both nights and days dissolve in weeks,
Like seconds trickle into minutes anyway
So weeks will burn in months and also years.
And so I believe that only dawn is not enough
For you in any case, my sweetheart dear mine,
I'll present you a spring, then lovely summer time
And then I'll give you all my life - acquire me.
By Alexei Jdanov
Translated from russian
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