Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok Face Poems

  • 1.
    Do neglect all your dear creations,
    And all people and worldly contacts;
    Do neglect all your hot earthly passions,
    Think in days, and say prayers in nights.
  • 2.
    Halls grew darker and somehow faded.
    Grates of windows drowned in black.
    Every knight, every beautiful lady
    Knew the tiding: "The Queen's deadly sick."
  • 3.
    In your hidden memories
    There are fatal tidings of doom...
    A curse on sacred traditions,
    A desecration of happiness;
  • 4.
    He, who was born in stagnant year
    Does not remember own way.
    We, kids of Russia's years of fear,
    Remember every night and day.
  • 5.
    She hailed from a very distant country,
    Nocturnal child of ancient times;
    She had no kin to greet her entry
    Not even skies with a welcome shine.
  • 6.
    There's a morn demon. He's of gauze and light,
    The happy one - with golden hair.
    Like skies, is blue his tunic's airy flood,
    All - in a play of brilliants, fair.
  • 7.
    You are but millions. Our unnumbered nations
    Are as the sands upon the sounding shore.
    We are the Scythians! We are the slit-eyed Asians!
    Try to wage war with us-you'll try no more!
  • 8.
    It's lifted up - this iron pole -
    Over our cursed heads, And we
    Are flying o'er the abyss, awful,
    Through space where none can something see.
  • 9.
    On waters, spread without end,
    Dressed with the sunset so purple,
    It sings and prophesies for land,
    Unable to lift the smashed wings' couple...
Total 9 Face Poems by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok

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