Vladimir Mayakovsky quotes- 9 of
On the pavement
of my trampled soul
the soles of madmen
stamp the prints of rude, crude words.
has brought me
no roubles to spare:
no craftsmen have made
mahogany chairs for my house.
faster through what's left
of the five-year plan.
My verse has brought me no roubles to spare:
no craftsmen have made mahogany chairs for my house.
Too slow, the wagons of years,
The oxen of days--too glum.
Our god is the god of speed,
Our heart--our battle-drum.
If you wish --
... I'll be irreproachably tender;
not a man, but--a cloud in trousers!
No gray hairs streak my soul,
no grandfatherly fondness there!
Love's boat has been shattered against the life of everyday. You and I are quits, and it's useless to draw up a list of mutual hur
The love boat has crashed against the everyday.
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