Greetings to all! Today we are going to read a poem by Pushkin. Pushkin was very famous Russian poet. At Alexander Pushkin there are numerous verses that we will necessarily get acquainted. Today I would like to dedicate this issue one very very beautiful poem. This is one of my favorite poems by Pushkin. I’ll read it now, Then I will explain it to you. Oh, and something else. Pushkin wrote this poem a girl, which was very much in love. I remember a wonderful moment In front of me was you, Like a fleeting vision, As pure beauty. In the torture of hopeless melancholy, In the noisy bustle of alarms, Voice rang out so tender And dreamed of nice features. The years passed. Storms s blast Scattered old dreams, And I forgot your tender voice,
Your heavenly features. Off the beaten path, in gloomy isolation
My days dragged quietly Without God, of inspiration,
No tears, no life without love. Soul awakening came:
And here again was you, Like a fleeting vision,
As pure beauty. And my heart beats in ecstasy,
And he arose again And the deity, and inspiration,
And life, and tears, and love. So, I read you a poem by Alexander Pushkin. And now we are his little “analyze”. As you probably guessed, Many poets “sing” (uplifting) love. Poets sing of love as something worthy to become the meaning of life. Love is the meaning of life.