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Колхозонь эряф (1938), № 11—12 Ноябрь-Декабрь edited by Руськин Ф. С., Пинясов Я. М.
Келькса тялоть by Ельмеев, Григорий Ильич
Колхозонь эряф (Колхозная жизнь). Литературно-художественнай и общественно-политическяй журнал. Мордовскяй АССР-нь советскяй писателень союзонь оргкомитетть органоц. Лисенди кефкиице кизось, ковти весть. — № 11—12 Ноябрь-Декабрь 1938 киза. — с. 58
 

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Г.  Ельмеев
 
Келькса  тялоть

Цифтор палыхть
Менельть эса тяшттне,
Цятор, моцр —
Пильге алон ловсь.
Седись шави,
Вери кепси мяштьце,
Пеедезь ваны
Лангозон монь ковсь.

Вальмять ала
Келунязе комась,
Акша пухонь
Лешкясь сонь утясь.
Сетьме кожфкясь
Келунязти токась —
Сон валомне
Меки вяри стясь.

Кельктя, тяла,
Оцю ловонь марце,
Кельктя тоньге,
Дедушка мороз.
Лама ловце,
Лама ули парце,
Сай тундать тон,
Касфтсак марстонь розть.

 

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