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Šumenie zo severných diaľok,
matkinej piesne zlatú niť —
nič z toho, čo nám za to stálo,
sme nevedeli pochopiť.
No ako znak, čo veľkosť rodí,
odkaz, čo dáva vznešenosť,
dostal si, básnik, od prírody
dar - nebotyčnú jachtavosť.


Другие переводы:

  • Английский
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    The Octave
  • Венгерский
    Иштван Бака
    Nyolcsoros
  • Испанский
    Хорхе Бустаманте Гарсия
    Octava
  • Украинский
    Наталия Горишная
    Восьмивірш
  • Французский
    Екатерина Литвиненко
    Poème en huit vers

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