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  • Anna Akhmatova. White Flock


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    1. Answer
    2. Consolation
    3. December 9, 1913
    4. Escape
    5. In Memory of June 19, 1914
    6. July 1914
    7. May Snow
    8. Parting
    9. Prayer
    10. Sleep
    11. Song about Song
    12. To my dear one
    13. Unification
    14. Village of the Tsar Statue
    15. White House
    16. * * * (Ah! It is you again. You enter in this house)
    17. * * * (All has been taken: strength as well as love)
    18. * * * (All promised him to me)
    19. * * * (All year long you are close to me)
    20. * * * (Ancient city is as if dead)
    21. * * * (Before the spring arrives there are such days)
    22. * * * (Best for me loudly the gaming-poems to say)
    23. * * * (Black road wove ahead of me)
    24. * * * (Bow of moon I see, I see)
    25. * * * (City vanished, the last house's window)
    26. * * * (Did for this, and for this only)
    27. * * * (Did not scold me, did not praise me)
    28. * * * (Divine angel, who betrothed us)
    29. * * * (Every evening I receive)
    30. * * * (From memory of you I will remove that day)
    31. * * * (God is unkind to gardeners and reapers)
    32. * * * (Has my fate really been so altered)
    33. * * * (He walked over fields and over village)
    34. * * * (He was jealous, fearful and tender)
    35. * * * (How can you look at Nieva)
    36. * * * (How I love, how I loved to stare)
    37. * * * (How often did I curse)
    38. * * * (How spacious are these squares)
    39. * * * (I came over to the pine forest)
    40. * * * (I do not count mortal days)
    41. * * * (I dream less of him, dear God be gloried)
    42. * * * (I have ceased and desisted from smiling)
    43. * * * (I have visions of hilly Pavlovsk)
    44. * * * (I know, that you are my reward)
    45. * * * (I myself have freely chosen)
    46. * * * (I remember you only rarely)
    47. * * * (I see capital through the flurry)
    48. * * * (I was born not late and not early)
    49. * * * (I will lead a man to dear one)
    50. * * * (I will quietly in the churchyard)
    51. * * * (Immortelle's dry and pink. On the fresh heaven)
    52. * * * (In boat or in horsecart)
    53. * * * (In intimacy there exists a line)
    54. * * * (In Kievan temple of the divine wisdom)
    55. * * * (In the sleep to me is given)
    56. * * * (Instead of wisdom - experience, bare)
    57. * * * (It seems as though the voice of man)
    58. * * * (Just like a cold noreaster)
    59. * * * (Like a white stone at the bottom of the well)
    60. * * * (My shadow has remained there and is angstful)
    61. * * * (My voice is weak, but will does not get weaker)
    62. * * * (No, my prince, I am not the one)
    63. * * * (Not mystery and not sadness)
    64. * * * (Not thus, from cursed lightness having disembarked)
    65. * * * (Oh, there are unrepeated words)
    66. * * * (Oh, this was a cold day)
    67. * * * (On the blooming lilac bushes)
    68. * * * (She came up. I did not show my worry)
    69. * * * (Somewhere is light and happy, in elation)
    70. * * * (That voice, with great quietude arguing)
    71. * * * (The blue lacquer dims of heaven)
    72. * * * (The early chills are most pleasant to me)
    73. * * * (The fifth time of the year)
    74. * * * (The first ray - as the blessing of the Lord)
    75. * * * (The muse has left along narrow)
    76. * * * (The other cranes shout "Cour-lee")
    77. * * * (The spring was still mysteriously swooning)
    78. * * * (They're on the way, the words of love and freedom)
    79. * * * (This city by the fearsome river)
    80. * * * (This way I prayed: "Slake the dumb thirst)
    81. * * * (To lose the freshness of the words and sense, for us)
    82. * * * (To say goodbye we don't know)
    83. * * * (Transparent glass of empty sky)
    84. * * * (True love's memory, You are heavy!)
    85. * * * (We aren't in the forest, there is no need for calling)
    86. * * * (We noiselessly walked through the house)
    87. * * * (We thought we were beggars)
    88. * * * (We'll be with each other, dear)
    89. * * * (When with a strong but tired hand)
    90. * * * (Where is your gypsy boy, tall one)
    91. * * * (Whether to look for you on earth)
    92. * * * (Why do you pretend to be)
    93. * * * (Wide and yellow's evening light)
    94. * * * (With pride your spirit is darkened)
    95. * * * (Yellow and fresh are the lanterns)
    96. * * * (Yes, I had loved them, those meetings of the nights)
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