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True Love (Trans. A.S. Pushkin)
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True Love (Trans. A.S. Pushkin)

Poem By Pete Crowther

I loved you and that love perhaps,
Still lingers somewhere in my heart;
But do not let it trouble you;
I would not wish to grieve you now.
My love was always hopeless, dumb,
A love too bold or timid fails;
But I loved you so tenderly and true,
I pray God grant another so will do.

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Excellent! My own feelings put into words by you. Very well expressed. This would be one of my favorites.
Wow! Excellent translation!
pete u did a great job! this was one of my favourite poems and u 've made its meaning more clear to me.


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