Yorozu Tetsugoro and Japanese Art: independent artistic soul

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Russia and Uzbekistan Hold First Joint Military Exercise in 12 Years, Plan Further Cooperation

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Poetry – No grave, no name, just my dust to fly away!

Poetry – No grave, no name, just my dust to fly away! One by one people fade away Another step, another day Nothing left apart from dismay The patter of young feet ending so young To the older generation melting away Hence, I have little to say Even my memory is fragmented Time doesn’t heal;…