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    Латышский (Latviešu)



Nāru izrotā kvēlošas krelles,
Laistās rubīni sārti kā grēks,
Tie kā noskumis, nosapņots rēgs
Slimā pasaules paģiru ellē.
Nāru izrotā kvēlošas krelles,
Laistās rubīni sārti kā grēks.

Nārai apburošs, spulgojošs skats,
Dziestošs naktsvidus skats, ausmā placis,
Tas kā stars mirdz no tumsības nācis,
Kad no jūras spējš viesulis šņāc.
Nārai zaigojošs, valdzinošs skats,
Nārai brīnišķas, skumīgas acis.

Mīlu jaunavu­undīni, gaisma
Nāk no tās kā nakts noslēpums kāds,
Dārgs man jaunavas austošais skats,
Mīlu rubīnu tīksmaino laismu...
Esmu pats es no dzelmāja kaismā,
Jo no dzelmāja baismā es pats.

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