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  • Interview with Great Ukrainian Poet Dmytro Chystiak by Agnieszka Herman

    How does the literary life look like in Ukraine right now? Of course, our life has changed. We are in a kind of Russian roulette: bombing day and night, different […]

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  • Poems By Mykola Martyniuk

    * * * There are woundsin our pastfrom the Tatar toxic herbswhich turned to dustof dried out scenes of fireТhey mar us still todaywith the legacy of their worldOur future […]

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  • Poems By Lіudmyla Diadchenko

    *** The wind shifts direction yet blows.Rain is not so abundant, but is dripping.The old dog recognizes nothing but me,Heeding only the scent of my Zodiac.How many feet have never […]

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  • Poems By Mykola Hrytsenko

    ESCAPE Lips – to the lips,Wound – to the wound,So – to love,So – beloved?How differently,How else – on the second?!The wind – in the chest.Far distant – unknown… The […]

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  • Poems By Olga Brazhnyk

    Autumn so late, oh what do you need again?Damned be lass, for how do you snatch them so?Hard as I tried, I couldn’t be your match.Calling the strong ones, so […]

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  • poems by Dmytro Chystiak

    [gtraslate] A likely key to the end For Laura Garavaglia …upon fulfillment, the city on seven hills will be destroyed, and fearsome Justice will judge the people.St. Malachy of Armagh  From […]

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  • Poems By Anna Bagriana

    IT IS APPROXIMATELY THERE…   it is approximately therewhere God ran out of threads where land is not sewn to the skyand dangles as a teddy bear’s torn paw,another bit of someone else’s […]

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  • Poems By TEODOZIA ZARIWNA

    The Simple Things  The simple things are the most valuable: bread; graph ruled notebooks; wind reading a tree,flipping through its leaves… I do not wish to suffer to the point where I cry.  My […]

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  • poem by Valentina Lyulich

    SUN OF UKRAINE Not a dream. Bad phantom shut the sky.            All the life has changed in only hour.         But this not dream will slip by,                  Have Ukraine  in  heart of our.                         […]

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  • poems by Mardarovych Solomiia Bogdanivna

    *** At the height of long-term dreams,on the steps of already blocked channels,five minutes to the spring sounds and colored lanternsI will carry a sheet with the inscription “hope”. Outside, […]

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  • POEMS BY Irina Bakovetska-Rachkovska

    * * * This war, like the fifth season of the year,So many new prayers! So many new cursesThat the seventh knee will not bow down,Can’t bear the supplication!Village cellars, […]

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  • poems by Oksana Pukhonska

    * * * You are not afraid to believe even whenIt is empty behind you…You are a blind travelerFrom the threshold to the lantern,That grimaces on the streetWith the dead […]

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Poems By Mykola Martyniuk

* * * There are woundsin our pastfrom the Tatar toxic herbswhich turned to dustof dried out scenes of fireТhey mar us still todaywith the legacy of their worldOur future has a sharp smellof freshly cut acorusAnd webla blababbleflinging sharplyback the old rakeand we will cover our headsobstinately thickwith ashesThank Godwe are not endowedby countless Tatarsand janissarieson the intersectionsand alongthe […]

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Poems By Lіudmyla Diadchenko

*** The wind shifts direction yet blows.Rain is not so abundant, but is dripping.The old dog recognizes nothing but me,Heeding only the scent of my Zodiac.How many feet have never trampled here? —Because maps are confused by the absence of Wi-Fi.The wind shifts in force — and the road is why.Owing to all this it is difficult to search for […]

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