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Колхозонь эряф (1934), 7—8 (28-29) № июль edited by Леонтьев С. Б., Белов А. А.
Саты by Безбородов, Михаил Ильич
Колхозонь эряф. Мокшень литературно-художественнай и общественно-политическай журнал. Нолдаец советскай союзонь писателень Мокшэрзянь оргкомитець. Лиси 7-це кизось, ковти кафксть. — 7—8 (28-29) № июль 1934 к. — с. 35

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 Михаил  Безбородов  

САТЫ

Лама сави азомс, лама.
Кда колган содамс йорат, мокша;
Кулхцонт, йордань шамастон ни ша-
мафксть...
Саты, стадонга седизя монь шокстась.
Саты, йорясь кафту эсон эряфсь,
Келес срадонцть пильгя алдон китьня,
Аськолкс, кафта—кизти арсесь перяф
И... монь мяльне сьоксень лопакс лийкс-
несть.
Учсесь велес эздон цьора, мокша,
Стирхне учсесть аф кжнаень морот,
А монь ланган шапамсь тарксесь локшса
пиля вакссон пишкоць; „норак норак.„
И мон лотксень, эшлякшнень рдазса,
Конань эзон петфнезь вихца...
Тяни эряфсь вешсамань и... азса —
Афке шири афке, киста!
Саты, шорять прязенень эса.
Вятьнеть тоза: коса наксад шиня;
Саты, вятнеть эсон пяля веста
кизонь, сьоксень, тялонь давол веня.

 

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