Колхозонь эряф/1940/01-2/Венч

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Колхозонь эряф (1940), № 1—2 Январь—Февраль edited by Чумаков И. Ф.
Венч by
авторсь: Куратов, Иван Алексеевич, мокшекс ётафтозе: Чекашкин, Андрей Яковлевич
Колхозонь эряф. Эрь ковонь литературно-художественнай и общественно-политическяй журнал. Мордовскяй писателень союзть органоц. — № 1—2 Январь—Февраль 1940. — с. 103

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ВЕНЧ

Ляйге, вишке шудить каршес,
Сембе вийса уян таза;
Аньцек кальдявста пяк шаштан,
Мярьгат, повонь фкя вастс тяза!
Ляй трваса, каршесон монь,
Кузня комси, люкси фалу.
Панян мон венчть эса...Пади
Ведьатясь усксаман фталу!
Ожка, паньца, паньца венчть мон!
Вов сон тусь...волнатнень кады,
Уи, чопафни синь эзгаст —
Тяни фталу кузнясь ляды!
Ожка, паньца, паньца венчть мон!
Мзярс азонкшнень ня валнень,
Вишке ляйть эзга ни меки
Венчкять эса алу валгонь.
Ой, ой, нинге тяка вастса
Шары венчезе монь...потай.
Комболдазь нюряйхть волнатне,
Сайхть и туйхть синь фкя-фкянь йотазь.

Йотафтозе  А.  Чекашкин.
 


 
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  • and this work was first published before January 1, 1946 (more than 50 years ago from 1/1/1996).

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Translation:
PD-icon.svg This work is in the public domain in Russia according to article 6 of Law No. 231-FZ of the Russian Federation of December 18, 2006; the Implementation Act for Book IV of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation:
  • its creator fought or worked for Soviet Union victory during the Great Patriotic War — so the 74-year protection term is applied;
  • and the creator died before January 1, 1947 (more than 74 years ago), and has been not posthumously rehabilitated since that date;
  • and this work was first published before January 1, 1947 (more than 74 years ago).

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was first published outside the United States (and not published in the U.S. within 30 days), and it was first published before 1989 without complying with U.S. copyright formalities (renewal and/or copyright notice) and it was in the public domain in its home country on the URAA date (January 1, 1996 for most countries).
This work was in the public domain in Russia on the URAA date January 1, 1996, according to the Law 09.07.1993 No 5351-1 which was enacted on that date:

  • its creator fought or worked for Soviet Union victory during the Great Patriotic War — so the 54-year protection term was applied;
  • and the creator died before January 1, 1942 (more than 54 years ago from 1/1/1996), and has been not posthumously rehabilitated since that date;
  • and this work was first published before January 1, 1942 (more than 54 years ago from 1/1/1996).

The author died in 1941, so this work is also in the public domain in other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 79 years or less (if applicable), or the copyright term is 80 years or less since publication (if applicable).

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