I love you, Motherland

Elisaveta Bagryana I love you, my motherland, spring, For green ornaments And with colorful flowers, budding In the first sunny day. I love you, when summer corn overlaid And boil harvest in the fields, And you breathe Morn. I love you when you fall Under a clear sky Collect fruits with a song Working people. […]

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A Farewell

Nikola Vaptsarov Sometimes I come in your dreams as distant and unexpected guest. Do not leave me out of your way doors bolted. I’m gonna walk quietly sat quietly will, will stare into the darkness to see. When you get enough to watch I’ll kiss you and go away. The translation is not professional and it […]

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Enchantress

Peyo Yavorov My soul is humble prisoner, capture’s your soul! – Captured, my soul is quiet in both eyes, My soul and asks wedged: she asks; – I watch you; – Come a century… Soul enchantress silent. My soul is struggling in hunger and thirst, but your soul is not calling your soul, and divinity […]

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Gavroche Brothers

Hristo Smirnenski Your entire constrained by their malice, o noisy and dissolute city and your electric globes vain as festive sparkle! Every night violet you see poor children and undeserved insult a weary faces. Fate sooner they lied life grabbed them all around and here they are: standing in the corner with cover cap to […]

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Song of Hope

Nedyalko Yordanov When it seems that there is no hope it’s all over now – do not be troubled, do not forgive, do not surrender, man. Say – I do not care pelvis of misfortune – I can, I believe, I know that despite the fact this is intermission this is intermission – not the […]

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Dedication

Veselin Hanchev To stay for your goods, to get you there and then you even each item and you character around you Rediscover and recreate. you recreate them as vine confined spaces in grains as tree fruit, bee created honey from finger and light; a woman moaning in which more durable image tracks love return […]

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