What kind of poem does Svetlana Khodchenkova read in the film "Loves does not love"?
Generally, if you believe the film, which I am looking at, these heroes are reading these verses on the quay, escorting the hero Maxim Matveyev to the other side of the Neva. And in the scene with musicians, she reads this poem:
"That was a happy transition
From the many months of the spline
Until unforeseen worries.
Smoked december. Ended a year.
Aspirin was enough at night,
Wine by noon, vodka in the night,
Notes in the room. In between
By families and novels away
We scattered. Not joking
Happened to us here and there.
Families - they kept quiet,
Lovers - sometimes shouted
Exact cut to hold
On the Madness Timeline
From temporary dementia
I won't be able to. God will forgive!"
Nikolai Alekseev: This is a poem by Lyudmila Akhremenko. About the author could not find anything, alas (
These poems by Lyudmila Akhremenko. More about the author, alas, I do not know anything.
These are poems by Lyudmila Akhremenko. More about the author, alas, did not find anything ...
The poem that Svetlana Khodchenkova reads in a film she likes does not like in the scene where she collects money with the company of street musicians, sounds like this:
Unfortunately, the author is unknown to me, maybe someone else knows.