Your Husbands - Poem by Liza Sud
Everything pales next to you, Dear!
Everything fades away, all again.
It is needlessly to be afraid that -
You are caught by your fate in May.
You yourself were dreaming about it,
To be in men's arms - was a woe,
And you have always known inside that
I'm waiting only for you.
And for all to the fate I'm grateful:
all the friends and husbands of yours.
They told me, that for me нou are - tempered,
they gave me your impeccable birth!
And now you are - my Bride, my Native,
All is washed in the virgin love,
I love you, joy of spring, my merry!
Though the cranes are already gone!
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