||Marina Ivanova Tsvetaeva
|Marina Ivanova Tsvetaeva (1892-1941) was a Russian Poet. Born in Moscow, her father, Ivan Tsvetayev, was a professor of art history and the founder of the Museum of Fine Arts. She wrote poetry from an early age and was published at the age of 18.
|Children - are staring of eyes so frightful,
Mischievous legs on a wooden floor,
Children - is sun in the gloomy motives,
Hypotheses' of happy sciences world.
Eternal disorder in the ring's gold,
Tender word's whispers in semi-sleep,
On the wall in a cozy child's room, the dreaming
Peaceful pictures of birds and sheep.
Children - is evening, evening on the couch,
In the fog, through the window, glimmer street lamps,
A measured voice of the tale of King Saltan,
Mermaid-sisters of seas from tales.
Children - is rest, brief moment of respite,
A trembling vow before God's eyes,
Children - are the world's tender riddles,
Where in the riddle the answer hides!
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