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Deutsch and Yarmolinsky, comps.  Modern Russian Poetry.  1921.
 
“Now Dry Thy Eyes”
By Mikhail Kuzmin (b. 1877)
 
NOW dry thy eyes, and shed no tears.
In heaven’s straw-pale meadows veers
Aquarius, and earthward peers,
His emptied vessel overturning.
No storming snows, no clouds that creep        5
Across the sheer pure emerald steep,
Whence, thinly-drawn, a ray darts deep
As a keen lance with edges burning.
 
 
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