Marina Tsvetaeva


Marina Tsvetaeva, like older contemporary Symbolist, W.B.Yeats, wove the canny and the uncanny in audacious poetry and tales of love, faith and politics. She was born in Tzarist Russia, and died under Stalinist Communism – her suicide almost certainly coerced

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Beau Guest (МОЛОДЕЦ) A Bi-Lingual Interpretation
Price: $1.75 USD. Words: 15,610. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2021 by Becca Menon. Categories: Fiction » Visionary & metaphysical, Poetry » Russian & Former Soviet Union
“Through the churchyard, headstones broken, through boggy places — mud squishes. Footfalls, not a word spoken. Gates slam like lost wishes. Through rows of graves, now have done with amazement. Be still, don’t fail him. Don’t break his spell. Casket borne as a snail would. The unreal man’s coffin trails him —” A Russian Vampire, Eternal Love, & Eternal Life.

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