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Колхозонь эряф (1935), № 2 (20) Февраль ков edited by Илькинов И. Д., Левчаев П. И.
Фомать 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. — № 2 (20) Февраль ков, 1935 к. — с. 70

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ФОМАТЬ
 

Эх, тон, Фома, нола Фома,
Мес тон тяшкава удат?
Ваныйть ялгатне тонь вана
Теляйхть сьора пулю прят.

Тон удат, сяс сязеньф щамце.
Пильгост карьсефт калда карьхть.
Вохсю апак штак шамаце,
Сельмотневок — кода марьхть

Тяфта кяльдяв, нола Фома,
Эрямс пялес вачеда.
Тон вдь цьорась нинге одат. —
Ярхцамань-ба пачада.

Йордак, Фома, нола шицень.
Арак тевса васень васц.
Тоса, тонцень ули кшице,
Ули питни тейть эрь частсь.
1934 к.

 

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