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Poems to Maria Sharapova
Dartagnan
#34 Posted : Thursday, August 14, 2008 9:37:12 AM(UTC)
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I support my country, my people and my friends.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#7 Posted : Thursday, August 14, 2008 12:38:41 PM(UTC)
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That's normal! I support my country, too!!!
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#35 Posted : Thursday, August 14, 2008 1:51:07 PM(UTC)
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Туча




 



Последняя туча рассеянной бури!
Одна ты несешся по ясной лазури,
Одна ты наводишь унылую тень,
Одна ты печалишь ликующий день.


Ты небо недавно кругом облегала,
И молния грозно тебя обвивала;
И ты издавала таинственный гром
И алчную землю поила дождем.


Довольно, сокройся! Пора миновалась,
Земля освежилась, и буря промчалась,
И ветер, лаская листочки древес,
Тебя с успокоенных гонит небес.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#8 Posted : Friday, August 15, 2008 1:31:39 PM(UTC)
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Why did you send THIS song?! It means FIGHT? "Tuca" in Serbian means fight! You will win gold, silver and bronze in womens' tennis! Congratulation! I hope that Novak will win bronze.....


Do you have some romantic songs in Russian?

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#36 Posted : Friday, August 15, 2008 7:45:27 PM(UTC)
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I have sent this new poem called 'Tucha' : (bad weather sky) to Masha because she had a bad time and I want that the bad weather goes away and her sunny days come back. It is my hope.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#37 Posted : Friday, August 15, 2008 7:49:50 PM(UTC)
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Я буду ждать


Я буду ждать тебя мучительно,
Я буду ждать тебя года,
Ты манишь сладко-исключительно,
Ты обещаешь навсегда.

Ты вся - безмолвие несчастия,
Случайный свет во мгле земной,
Неизъясненность сладострастия,
Еще не познанного мной.

Своей усмешкой вечно-кроткою,
Лицом, всегда склоненным ниц,
Своей неровною походкою
Крылатых, но не ходких птиц,

Ты будишь чувства тайно-спящие,
И знаю, не затмит слеза
Твои куда-то прочь глядящие,
Твои неверные глаза.

Не знаю, хочешь ли ты радости,
Уста к устам, прильнуть ко мне,
Но я не знаю высшей сладости,
Как быть с тобой наедине.

Не знаю, смерть ли ты нежданная
Иль нерожденная звезда,
Но буду ждать тебя, желанная,
Я буду ждать тебя всегда.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#38 Posted : Friday, August 15, 2008 7:58:58 PM(UTC)
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[quote user="cbvesna"]

Why did you send THIS song?! It means FIGHT? "Tuca" in Serbian means fight! You will win gold, silver and bronze in womens' tennis! Congratulation! I hope that Novak will win bronze.....


Do you have some romantic songs in Russian?


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Yes this peom, the title is : I will wait you. Yes I will wait until Sharapova will play again, I am patient.


Our girls this year have worked hard. I respect them a lot. We are proud of them. They make me happy and proud to be Russian. I am so happy.


I am also happy for Sharapova, she is having a good time, she really needs some good time. Pro tennis is a real hard work. You have to play and be the best. You don't play for fun. You play to win. Yes it is a hard work and I respect Sharapova for that. Have a nice time! Sharapova. We think about you here.


I hope you like Sharapova's tennis too.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#9 Posted : Saturday, August 16, 2008 4:47:00 AM(UTC)
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Oh, I didn/t know that Tucha means bad weather, in Serbian it's fight...


Yeah, I know how tennis is a hard sport, I know it very very good because I'm playing tennis! It's very hard when you are by preassure, and when your hand doesn't want to listen to you! There is no help on the court, it is an individual sport and it's very hard, everything is on you! You must fight for every point! You must give your maximum! And I'm always trying to give my maximum in everything, especially in my dear tennis!!!

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#39 Posted : Saturday, August 16, 2008 12:31:20 PM(UTC)
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Great, you have the behaviour of a champion. I think each person should fight in life to be better not only in his or her job but also in his or her behaviour. And do you beleive in God?


Here is another pretty Poem written by A C Pushkin. A C Pushkin was a great Poet in Russia, he loved strongly his wife and died for her in a duel. That is so sad.


  Я помню чудное мгновенье


Я помню чудное мгновенье:
Передо мной явилась ты,
Как мимолетное виденье,
Как гений чистой красоты.

В томленьях грусти безнадежной,
В тревогах шумной суеты,
Звучал мне долго голос нежный
И снились милые черты.

Шли годы. Бурь порыв мятежный
Рассеял прежние мечты,
И я забыл твой голос нежный,
Твои небесные черты.

В глуши, во мраке заточенья
Тянулись тихо дни мои
Без божества, без вдохновенья,
Без слез, без жизни, без любви.

Душе настало пробужденье:
И вот опять явилась ты,
Как мимолетное виденье,
Как гений чистой красоты.

И сердце бьется в упоенье,
И для него воскресли вновь
И божество, и вдохновенье,
И жизнь, и слезы, и любовь.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#10 Posted : Saturday, August 16, 2008 2:33:44 PM(UTC)
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Oh, I didn't know that- that's sooo sad!!! I really love Puskin and all russians poets... they are great... i don't know why I love them so much, maybe because they are very near with our poets, it's nearly the same culture....


Of course I believe in God!!!! And I think that he sees everything and everybody, he is big.... I really believe in God!!!!!!

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#40 Posted : Saturday, August 16, 2008 6:44:23 PM(UTC)
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  If you are Slav of course, the russian language is close to yours. We have a common culture.  


I am happy to know that you like Puskin. Puskin is a famous poet. All his life he fight for the liberty of his people. He had plenty of trouble with the Tsar who was against him. Some people think that the Tsar had organized the duel where he died. He is the greatest writer in Russia.


Happy to know that you believe in God. He is always with us. And if He knows that you have a kind heart, He gives you happiness in life.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#41 Posted : Saturday, August 16, 2008 7:13:31 PM(UTC)
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Here is another poem of Pushkin.


Если жизнь тебя обманет,


Если жизнь тебя обманет,
Не печалься, не сердись!
В день уныния смирись:
День веселья, верь, настанет.

Сердце в будущем живет;
Настоящее уныло:
Всё мгновенно, всё пройдет;
Что пройдет, то будет мило.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#42 Posted : Saturday, August 16, 2008 7:42:26 PM(UTC)
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I have a good advise for Athletes. Mozart Music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfriY1o07rU







Greek Sports Physician Says Mozart Is Better for Athletes Than Steroids


 




 









Never mind the nandrolone. A strong dose of Mozart is more likely to enhance athletic performance.






This is the revolutionary theory of a Greek cardiologist who, when not attending to affairs of the heart, busies himself as a composer. He recommends music as the best stimulant for sporting success and claims that a series of studies have shown that, used in combination with the right diet, "it can act as an energy supplement in the attempt to reduce the use of pharmaceutical substances by young people involved in sport".






According to Thanassis Dritsas, an adviser to the Greek Olympic team, music is a natural tonic which can banish fatigue and stress, increase muscle power and boost performance on the day. In his book Music and Medicine, he praises the use of personal CD players for training purposes and says music "might develop into a technique which, unlike doping, does not run counter to Olympic ideals". But he stresses that it has to be the right kind of music.






Classical rather than trance; symphonies, not rock. His studies have been conducted in conjunction with a Greek colleague at London's Brunel University, Professor Costas Karagiorgis. These show that music can relax athletes before an event and "create a positive training environment that increases their kinetic skills".






Says Dritsas: "Before every workout there should be 10 to 15 minutes of classical music at a slow, easy pace, so that exercise begins at a low pulse rate to aid the blood flow to the muscles."






Live music is actually banned during Olympic competition ó except for rhythmic gymnastics and synchronised swimming ó but, if the Greek philosophy is right, the message is to stop swallowing the steroids and switch on the Strauss. Music to the ears.



 


 

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#11 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 8:31:27 AM(UTC)
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Well, I heard somewhere that in hospital doctors play Mozarts music to little babies and that helps babies to sleep... Mozart is very useful guy...hi, hi...[A]


Thanx for Puskin, I really love him...


Oh, I am very interested in Romanovs, too... And i like "Anastacia" Disneys' cartoon... That's very interesting... I know just a little about that....

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#43 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 11:15:44 AM(UTC)
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Mozart's music is very powerfull. It improves the intellectual capacity of children who play and listen it. And in this article you can see that it improves the physical capacity of athletes. I also like classical music as I play the piano. When you are playing you forget all your trouble in life, you are in another world, this feeling is wonderfull. I like playing Chopin's music.


Unfortunatly Pushkin was against the czar family, he also supported the rebels of december 1825. Pushkin was for freedom of his people. He wanted to replace the czar by liberal people and independant from the czar family. He wanted a 'democratic' government; which respects the people's rights. In 1825 the rebels have been killed and others sent to Siberia by the Csar. Pushkin continued his fight by writing poems for his friends who were in Siberia. Yes in 1917, the Csar family has been killed by people who took the power, but the Csar family also killed plenty of people before. And I think that it is not normal that a unique family control a country. Of course it is not good to kill people.  May be Anastasia is a member of the csar family who escaped.  We don't know exactly.


The best revolution in Europe was the English one. They don't kill the King but gave him a place in the society. Other European countries also killed their King, for example France. France is the country which gave the example to others.


Here is another poem of Pushkin. He is a writer who expressed well his feeling in poems.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#44 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 12:05:11 PM(UTC)
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Её глаза


Она мила - скажу меж нами -
Придворных витязей гроза,
И можно с южными звёздами
Сравнить, особенно стихами,
Ее черкесские глаза.
Она владеет ими смело,
Они горят огня живей;
Но, сам признайся, то ли дело
Глаза Олениной моей!
Какой задумчивый в них гений,
И сколько детской простоты,
И сколько томных выражений,
И сколько неги и мечты!..
Потупит их с улыбкой Леля -
В них скромных граций торжество;
Поднимет - ангел Рафаэля
Так созерцает божество.


 


 

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#45 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 12:36:31 PM(UTC)
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here is the Etude of Chopin I like: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weKJfDtK0PI


played by a young pianist. This music touches me deeply.


 

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#46 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 7:11:33 PM(UTC)
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Do you have a poem for Sharapova?
"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#12 Posted : Monday, August 18, 2008 3:15:51 PM(UTC)
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Well, I have written to you but my stupid pc erase all!!! I can't believe it!![:@]


Well, I am very happy coz I met you... you seems like a very educated guy... Are you studing russian history or russian literature or something else?! 


Yesterday I met very nice girl here, her nime is Dee, she is nice and funny person!!


I really love all that stories about Romanovs, and I really love Anastacia, but unfortunetly I don't think that she has survived that horrable night!! That' sad... Her mother was German, and she has two sisters ( Olga and..?) and one younger brother, he was sigh, his name was Alexije... Name of her father was Nikolaj!! And I heard a lot of stories about Raspucin, but I don't understand it... He was some kind of doctor, but he wasn't real doctor and I heard that Russian queen love him very much, she gave him all support.... Do you know something about that?


Well, yeah, I have many poems, and I love poems, but nice poem, not some stupid, boring poems!! I love very much poems by Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj, serbian poet, he had written for children a lot, and he has terrible destiny!! He loose his family- I don't know how many children and his wife (he has written her destiny in two books "Djulici"- that book of songs desribes his life when he met his wife (Djulici in Turkey means roses because his wife called Ruza- rose) and second book deskribes his life after that big tragedy and it's named "Djulici uveoci" -death roses) That's very sad story....  J. J. Zmaj has written our national anthem "Boze pravde"- God of justice (he has written it with our two poets)... I really love to read Zmaj!! But we have a lot of good poets too!! Have you read someone or have you heard for someone?...


My favourite Zmajs' poem is "Svetly grobovi" or Light graves. It describes serbian courage and it describes relationship with our ancestors, that's telling you to love your country no metter how she is- it's yours and you have grown there she helps you she is your mother.... I am very sorry coz I don't have translation on english and it is written on latin, but I prommis that next poem will be written in cirylic!!!


Now enjoy!!!! [:D]


 

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#13 Posted : Monday, August 18, 2008 3:17:50 PM(UTC)
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Svetli grobovi  _   Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj 

Bejaste li, braco moja mlada,
Da l' bejaste vi na groblju kada,
Aj, na groblju, na golemu!
- Ta uvek smo mi na njemu!
Groblje j' zemlja kom se hodi,
Groblje j' voda kom se brodi,
Groblje, vrti i gradine;
Groblja, brda i doline;
Svaka j' stopa
Grob do groba.
Groblje j' spomen doba sviju;
Groblje, knjige sto se stiju; -
Povesnica svih zemalja,
Starostavnik cara, kralja,
I citulja visih slika,
Izbranika, mucenika,
Od pocetka, pamtiveka;
Sve j' to groblje -
Al je i kolevka.

Nema broja, ni imena,
U visinu zvezdam' svima,
Kamo l' broja i spomena
U zemljici grobovima!
Milione progutala j' tama,
Crna tama mnogih tisucleca,
Niko ih se vise i ne seca...
- Na pogdekom uvek gori sveca!
Il' je sveca, il' je ime svetlo,
Il' su dela koja se ne gase,
Pa redove nedoglednog groblja
Svojom zrakom krase.
Ti grobovi,
Stari, novi,
Oni sjaju
Svakom narastaju -
Kad se umlje u proslost udubi,
U tamnini da se ne izgubi;
Kad se pustis u davnine svete,
U davnine i svete i klete,
Da ti mis'o puta ne pomete.
To su vatre doglasnice,
Pruzajuc' se iz daljnih eona,
U povorci onoj dugoj,
Dosvetljujuc jedna drugoj,
Strujom koja napred leti,
Tezec samo jednoj meti.
Pa se tako svetle mlazi-
Pa se vide svetli trazi
Jednog duha raznih doba,
Duha kome nema groba.
- U grob samo srusi kosti,
Strese pep'o koj' mu smeta
Brzem buju visa leta
K uzvisenoj buducnosti.

Ko s' osvrne da pogledi
Bistrim okom i pogledom
Na grobove ove svetle,
- Povesnice dugim redom, -
Mora cuti kako j' zivo,
Kroz vekove, kroz maglinu,
Ded unuku, otac sinu,
Borac borcu dovikiv'o:
"Gde ja stadoh - ti ces poci!"
"Sto ne mogah - ti ces moci!"
"Kud ja nisam - ti ces doci!"
"Sto ja poceh - ti produzi!"
"Jos smo duzni - ti oduzi!" -
To su zbori, to su glasi,
Kojima se proslost krasi,
Sto prodiru kroz svet mracni
Sa grobova onih zracni',
Spajajuci gromkom jekom,
I bozanskom silom nekom,
Spajajuci vek sa vekom
I coveka sa covekom.

Oko svakog svetlog groba
-Bas ka' gore oko zvezda-
Povesnica prica ovo:
Hvatalo se neko kolo,
Kolo mlado, kolo novo,
Novo cvece, stabla stara;
Duse ciste, srca mlada,
Naslednici sveta zara; -
Tu se sleg'o zivot mladi
Da se s grobom razgovara.
"I ti pade, dragi brate!"
- "Nisam, deco, vas dok traje!"
"Je l' ti borba bila teska?"
"Pokusajte, milina je!"
"Sta si hteo? Kud si pos'o?"
- "Tamo gde se stici mora!"
"Zar je vera tako jaka?"
- "Uvek jaca od zlotvora!"
"Malo nas je koj' bi smeli!"
- Al' vas jaka sila krece!"
"Zar ko moze stici celi?"
- "Ko posumnja, nikad nece!" -
"A ko behu oni divi,
Koji su te napred zvali,
Koji su te ojacali,
Koji su ti krila dali?"-
- To bejahu ideali!
Bez njih nema vise leta
Nad oblakom mraka gusta;
Bez njih bi se malaksalo,
Bez njih bi se brzo palo,
Svet bi bio grob bez cveta,
Zivot prazan, - mladost pusta!"

Oko svakog svetlog groba
Prikuplj'o se zivot novi,
Naslednici svetog zara,
Kupili se sokolovi,
Pijuc' dusom svetle zrake-
Jest, tako je, braco draga,
Ti grobovi nisu rake,
Vec kolevke novih snaga!

I vam je, jaoj, pao
Stegonosa dicnog stega-
Al' je sin'o grobak novi:
Vi stojite oko njega.
Tu pogleda brat na brata,
P'onda gore, p'onda u se,
Grudi drkcu, usta cute,
Ali duse razumu se.
Da l' to snaga nice nova?
Daruj, Boze, blagoslova,
Da vas zdruzi bratska sloga,
Zavetnike koji s' kupe
Oko groba Djurinoga!
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