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Z gór, gdzie dżwigali strasznych krzyżów...

Language: Polish (Polski)

Z gór, gdzie dżwigali strasznych krzyżów brzemię,
Widzieli zdala obiecaną ziemię, 
Widzieli światło niebieskich promieni,
Ku którym w dole ciąnęło ich plemię,
A sami do tych nie wejdą przestrzeni! 
Do życia godów nigdy nie zasiędą,
I może nawet zapomniani będą!  


Translation(s): FRE GER GER GER

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Confirmed with Listy Zygmunta Krasińskiego, tom III, Lwów: Nakładem księgarni gubrynowicza i Schmidta, 1887. Appears in Wyjątki z listów do Stanisława Kożmiana, in a letter dated "2 Maja 1847," page 167.


Submitted by Gerhard Dangel and Melanie Trumbull

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