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TAIGA (fragment of poetry) Taiga, puffy, wet moss and bushes having knelt in the swamp.I don’t know for what sin’s penalty is that God ordered them here to grow. Don’t know what kind of burden guilt make these people crumpled full grays with over streak of newly built rails they don’t raise their earthy face. This poem was written by Beata Obertynska. The melody was composed by my father. Beata Obertynska was a Polish writer and poet. In 1940 she was arrested by the NKVD…

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