Alexander Pushkin

The rose

Where is our rose, friends? Tell if ye may! Faded the rose, friends, The Dawn-child of Day. Ah, do not say, Such is life’s fleetness! No, rather say, I mourn thee, rose, — farewell! Now to the lily-bell Flit we away. Translated by Thomas Budd Shaw

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