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Orest Hrytsak

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‘Kryla’ ('Wings’) by Lina Kostenko

Amazing poem by prominent poetess in Alena Beskorovaynaya’s translation:

The wings

Who has the wings
Doesn’t need the ground
When land is missed
He’ll fly around
Without fields
He loves the will
Without wife
still loves the life.
We live on earth
We can not fly
But from the birth
We touch the sky
The humans fly
When they just smile
Man’s wings are not
From feather -
the soul and thought
Inside the leather
They take us high
When we’re inspired
When man in love...
‘Kryla’ ('Wings’) by Lina Kostenko

Amazing poem by prominent poetess in Alena Beskorovaynaya’s translation:

The wings

Who has the wings
Doesn’t need the ground
When land is missed
He’ll fly around
Without fields
He loves the will
Without wife
still loves the life.
We live on earth
We can not fly
But from the birth
We touch the sky
The humans fly
When they just smile
Man’s wings are not
From feather -
the soul and thought
Inside the leather
They take us high
When we’re inspired
When man in love
He flies like dove
With these emotions
We cross the oceans
The dreams
Rise wings
Good friend
indeed
Takes off the land
from feet
Who said we never fly?
If feelings take so high!


Translation 'word-to-word’:

The wings

It’s true that there is no need in soil for winged.
There is no ground, then there will be a sky.
No field, then there will be freedom.
There is no pair, then there will be clouds.
This is probably the bird’s truth…
And what about a human? What is a human?
Lives on earth. Doen’t fly by itself.
But it has wings. And it has wings!
Those wings aren’t made of fluff and feathers,
But of the truth, virtue and trust.
Someone’s - from loyalty in love.
Someone’s - from eternal bursting.
Someone’s - with sincerity to work.
Someone’s - from generosity to care.
Someone’s - from a song, or from hope,
Or from poetry, or from a dream.
Human does not fly…
But it has wings. It has wings!

« Les Zoroastriens croient que les êtres humains sont composés de cinq forces : 1) le corps - 2) l'énergie - 3) l'esprit - 4) la conscience - 5) le Faravahar. Le Faravahar est une particule de l'essence de Dieu qui a été intégrée à l'être humain au moment de sa création. Il guide constamment les êtres humains vers le progrès et, après la mort, il revient inchangé à son essence sacrée. »

Le Faravahar symbolise le progrès, l'évolution et la perfection qui élèvent l'homme et lui apportent le bonheur suprême. Il est basé sur les trois principes fondamentaux : « Les bonnes pensées, les bonnes paroles et les bonnes actions », symbolisées par l'aile à trois branches.
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