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When Some Day By Hovannes Toumanian Dearest comrade, when you arrive some day To gaze upon my tomb, And scattered all around it see Bright flowers in freshest bloom, Think not that they are ordinary flowers at your feet thus born, Or that Spring has brought them here My new home to adorn. They are my songs unsung, which must Within my heart but hide; They are words of love left Unuttered when I died. They are ardent kisses, my dear, Sent from that world unknown, The path to which before you lies, Blocked by this tomb alone! 1894 -- Hovannes Toumanian (1869-1923) with his epic poems, lyrical poetry, quartets, short stories, critical writings and letters is an artist and writer for all ages and all nations and this he is on an altogether unique level. Submitted by Eddie Arnavoudian, but translator unknown. In memory of Ken (1950-2013) militant fighter for justice and equality, musician, piano tuner, blind sportsman who represented Britain twice at the 1980 and 1984 Winter Paralympics, chess player, beer drinker and much more...