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Love poems of Pushkin
It's no secret that Alexander Pushkin was very amorous nature. Literary Slavyanov Yu says it this way: "Pushkin had two passions - poetry and love." It is difficult to disagree! As with the fact that both were inseparable. Each new love inspired Pushkin's poetic work, and in his works he immortalized the feelings caused by this or that woman, and the very image of his beloved! Early Love poems poet anacreontic rich motifs, which essentially boils down to the fact that love - is fun, enjoyment.
Examples to illustrate this premise, one can find a great many of the poems in the period from 1813 to 1818. Here are some of them.
"I saw the charms Natalia
And it is in the heart - Cupid! "
"So, Natalia! Recognizes
I thee full,
For the first time yet, ashamed,
In the feminine charms of love. "
Sensual, earthly, carnal love goes sometimes in poems of this period to the fore. (Compare with the sublimely poetic feeling for the Beautiful Lady lyrical Bloc).
In 1814 the poem "Reason and love" flirting with Doris cowherd Daphnis ends unequivocally:
"And ran a gentle smile
Beauties on the flaming lips,
And she longing eyes
To embrace lyubeznomuv fell ...
"Be happy!" - Eros she whispered.
Mind, what then? Reason too silent. "
Vivid demonstration of the above positions, we see in the poem 1814 "Bliss."
"Listen, boy accommodating
Here's a useful tip:
Catch a moment of bliss century;
Remember friendship instruction:
Without wine there is no fun,
No happiness without love;
So podi now with a hangover
With Cupid Pomeroy;
Forget his resentment
And in the arms of Doris
Happiness again enjoy! ".
The verses of this period the poet focuses on appearance and heroines. The subject of the image in poetic texts can be curls and mill, and chest. As an example, take a few poems.
"Faun and Shepherdess", 1816
On the fifteenth spring,
As Lily betimes,
Everything about her charm:
And languid breath,
And the eyes of languid light
And chest flutter,
And roses delicate color -
All youth is changing.
In like Doris and golden curls,
And pale face and blue eyes.
"Laisa, I love" 1819
Laisa, I love your bold, free look,
Unquenchable fire, open desire,
And continuous kisses,
And passion full conversation.
All genuinely in it: desires languid heat
Modesty shy Harith priceless gift
Dresses and nice speeches negligence
And affectionate names infant tenderness.
You were born to ignite
The imagination of poets,
Disturb him and captivate
Liveliness kind greetings,
Eastern strangeness speeches
Blistanov mirrored eyes
And this immodest legs ...
These examples show that the image of the beloved in early love lyrics AS Pushkin, replete with art epithets, making the appearance of the object depicted love concrete, tangible, earthly, sensual at times, but certainly always prityagatelnymyarkim!
Poems about love sometimes this period has a particular destination, as well as in later periods of the poet. Inspirer of the most famous of the great genius can list these names -
MN Raevskaya, AP Kern El.N. and Ek. Ushakov, EK Vorontsov, Amalia Riznich, AI Osipova, ZA Volkonskaia NN Goncharova, MA Princess Galitzine.
The next step in the understanding of love and the image of women around the time of the poet's stay in St. Michael (1824-1826), where Pushkin came to understand love as the highest human values. Love is now associated with his inner freedom, able to awaken the poet inspiration and the best human feelings.
Traditionally accepted to consider the following so-called programmatic works of love themes of this period - "Burnt Letter" (1825), "Keep me, my talisman" (1825), "I remember a wonderful moment" (1825), etc. In them we do not meet this specificity in the description of appearance - on the exterior of the women there at all speech. The verses of this period is treated love as a great poet vital force awakening desire to create.
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.
Such understanding of love no longer leave Pushkin throughout the life course.
Without a doubt, the crowning masterpiece of love poetry and the poet considered to be a poem, "I loved you" (1829)
I loved you more, perhaps
In my heart is not extinguished;
But now you're not worried;
I do not want to sadden you.
I loved you silently, hopelessly,
Shyness, jealousy was stressed;
I loved you so sincerely, so tenderly,
As God grant you to be loved.
Selfless deep sense owning a poet makes only admire! But we also do not see here the specific features of the beauties in the mature period of creativity for Pushkin characteristically philosophical understanding of love, and by and large destination for him is not important - what is important is that it gives you that feeling.