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Viche 2012 №17

№17, 2012

Slavonic meridian

Zaporizhia writer and traveler Volodymyr SUPRUNENKO cycled 2 thousand kilometers on Ukrainian, Byelorussian and Russian roads.

I know for sure that over and over in disputes, reasoning and dreams, I will go back to these Slavonic kilometers, their strange interlacing and patterns. And I will forever keep my tender love (amorousness!) to the sunny, generous and very native Ukrainian land, will be always melodiously charmed by the Byelorussian country roads with light birch small woods on the road sides, and will have a feeling of endless flight above the Russian space, excitement about its mosaics and shores. And no matter what the fate of Slavonic people would have been like, Russian, Byelorussian and Ukrainian people will understand the phrase told by one guy: “No matter how the guy jumps, business will run its course”...

Volodymyr SUPRUNENKO