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Колхозонь эряф (1935), № 4 (22) Апрель ков edited by Илькинов И. Д., Бебан М. А.
Катя и Паша by Ельмеев, Григорий Ильич
Колхозонь эряф (Колхозная жизнь). Мокшень литературно-художественнай и общественно-политическай журнал. Мокшэрзянь АССР-нь писателень союзть правлениянц органоц. Лисеньди кавксоце кизось, эрь ковти весть. — № 4 (22) Апрель ков, 1935 к. — с. 46

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Катя и Паша
Г.  ЕЛЬМЕЕВ
 

Катять мазихть
щека прянза,
Мази руця
Прясонза,
Лешек молихть
Сонь кудрянза
Серай костюм
Лангсонза.
Велень школать
Шумордазе
Трактористкакс
Тонафнесь

Тракторть руленц
Сон кундазе.
Марстонь модать
Веляфни.
Вишкста моли
Сонь работац,
Тевонц лангса
Аф нувай.
Апак лотксек
Стальной сокац.
Норманц эса
Шумордай.

Паша

Кельгте-кельгте
Мази Катя,
Азыть валхнень
Кода тон?..

— Вихца корхтай,
Кода атя,
Катять кельгомс
Йорай сон.

Катя

Паньдя якать
Паша мельган,
Паньдя, шорсить
Тевозень.
Нола цьора
Мон аф кельган,
Паньдя колсить
Мялезень.

Цьорась тазат
Аф работат,
Лангсот азор
Нолашись.
Эряфть эзда
Меки потат
Али перяф
Тоньтейть кись?

Март. 1935 киза
 

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