The courage of the poet is to keep ajar the door that leads to madness. - Christopher Morley

Selected Poetry - Russian and English variant

  • A simple way of life I've learned and wise...

  • Each new day that comes the heart unsettles...

  • Evening

  • How dark is the path in the park by the sea...

  • I am in chains, I pine and languish...

  • Irreparably white the page. Long hours...

  • O let the organ, many-voiced, sing boldly...

  • Once having left my homeland's sacred groves...

  • Song of a last meeting

  • The cloud up in the wintry sky was furry...

  • The fourth

  • The immortelle is pink, it's pink and dry...

  • The shade

  • Thirteen lines

  • This Russian soil

  • This wintry city where I wandered...

  • When I came to see the poet...

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