I HAVE TO SEE THE ISLANDS

(On the way to Sporades, the traveler from an ancient Slavic land had illusion of the death-circle-dance, which, according to the legend of his ancestors, was lead by the deer.
This poem is made according to telling of his fellow-traveler, antiquity's connoisseur, which translated from the unknown language the dark premonitions of that mysterious apostle of the ancient era)

Before the coming of the deer
Sorrow in eyebrow's shadowlands
Before the coming of the deer
I want to see the islands

Before they start a circle dance
Sorrow in eyebrow's shadowlands
Before they start a circle dance
I have to see the islands

Be my fellow traveler
Sorrow in eyebrow's shadowlands
Be my fellow traveler
I am off to see the islands

Before the coming of the deer
Sorrow in eyebrow's shadowlands
Before the coming of the deer
I have to see the islands

Prepev: Autor

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