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******** By Sara Margaryan you waste yourself on words and become a long sentence for the deaf a crooked reproach for the blind an absolute nonsense for the insane +++ ******** By Sara Margaryan If you feel somebody inside yourself gnawing your intestines and biting a piece of your heart do not become a victim of false suppositions of pregnancy it may once devour you and live your life instead If you feel the pain being the cause of your nightmares change the tape of the consciousness uncover your soul get hold of the beast inside you and look into its eyes: if you see emptiness there - do away with it and if you see your own reflection thenthen I `m not your advisor. +++ ******** By Sara Margaryan Write something about life - You will ask me one day. It will probably be one of the quiet evenings When the nature dives into the sunrays And present itself to its utmost - Then you are mostly inclined To philosophical talks. I will not answer to your request Because I always write about life, Regardless of the form In which I present my writings: Not necessarily poetry but lines Without beginning or end. You will nevertheless ask me To write about life - maybe something new, That has not been written yet, But of course whatever one writes Is newat least for him. You never knew what I expected from life, And I will never betray myself - Neither in dreams or under my pen One will see or hear Words of confession Who said once, That art and life Cannot coexist? -- Sara Margaryan was born in Yerevan, Armenia. She has graduated from Yerevan State Linguistic University and the European Peace University, Stadtschlaining, Austria. At present she studies for a Master program of Asian Studies, Lund, Sweden, specializing in modern Japan. Sara has been writing poetry since childhood and published a book in 1999. She writes mainly in Russian, but also in Armenian and English.