Who is Marina Ivanovna TsvetaevaMarina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva (Russian: Мари́на Ива́новна Цвета́ева, IPA: [mɐˈrʲinə ɪˈvanəvnə tsvʲɪˈtaɪvə]; 8 October [O.S. 26 September] 1892 – 31 August 1941) was a Russian and Soviet poet. Her work is considered among some of the greatest in twentieth century Russian literature. She lived through and wrote of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Moscow famine that followed it. In an attempt to save her daughter Irina from starvation, she placed her in a state orphanage in 1919, where she died of hunger. Tsvetaeva left Russia in 1922 and lived with her family in increasing poverty in Paris, Berlin and Prague before returning to Moscow in 1939. Her husband Sergei Efron and her daughter Ariadna Efron (Alya) wer...
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Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva Poems
"I will not part! -- There is no end!" She clings and clings...
And in the breast -- the rise
Of threatening waters,
Of notes...Steadfast: like an immutable ...
- Dialogue Between Hamlet And His Conscience
- She's- She's in the riverbed, in algae
And weeds...She went to them
To sleep, - but there's no sleep there, either!
- But she's the one I loved ...
- Whence Cometh Such Tender Rapture?
Whence cometh such tender rapture?
Those curls--they are not the first ones
I've smoothened, and I've already
Known lips--that were darker than yours. ...
- No Longer Now
No longer now the same god-given bounties
Where now no longer the same waters glide.
Then fly, and hasten, doves of Aphrodite,
Through the great gates that sunset has swung wide. ...
- Books In Red Binding
From heaven of a childhood life
A farewell to me you're sending,
The ever-loyal dear friends
Within a red worn down binding. ...
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- Poetrysocietyny: do you notice yourself superimposing new meanings onto poems now that you've lived through a pandemic? try "where does this tenderness come from," marina ivanovna tsvetaeva, 1916.
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- Abgineh2: “i have two enemies in all the world, two twins, inseparably fused: the hunger of the hungry and the fullness of the full.” marina ivanovna tsvetaeva
- Dantenevante: this is still a window – poem by marina ivanovna tsvetaeva