Natalya Vishnevskaya

All her life she wanted to Belarus, but never dared to go back to where fate broke most loved ones, where he was tortured and shot her teachers, friends, colleagues …
Natalya Vishnevskaya was gifted and artistic nature. Already in the eleven years she ruled the school theater. When the family arrived after a whirlwind of revolution and civilian war in Belarus, young Natalia already considered myself a poet. And Actually it was, urazhvayuchy classmates Belpedtehnikumu freshest colors of stanzas in which rise up from the "golden clouds" month, departing in warmer climes "in the misty whiteness" Cranes, "scattered beads cranberry mshystay given." These classmates were not any, and Anton Adamovich, Petro Glebko Maxim Luzhanin … After a huge number of years in his memoirs, they will write about it — blonde, Gorzow, on children’s verse steps already noticed Yakub Kolos.
Natalia joined the literary and artistic association "Fledglings", issued cooperative Eugenia Pflyavmbavm and Zinaida Bandarynay collection, married secretary "young" Alesia Doudar. It seemed that luck will continue endlessly. But her hand, as if somebody’s dictation, exasperated lines in which most did not want to believe — about the life that "burn out in a whirlwind and waned and waxed uplyvut hopes into oblivion." Meanwhile they, these lines foreshadow fate.
In 1928, in a poem written "cut in half our Edge", who was walking in the manuscripts, was arrested and sent to Three years spouse. Natalia does not print, do not recruit, forced to figure out what hunger. Soon he moved to Moscow, she leaves forever printed.
In the Russian capital Vishnevskaya met her coeval student literary Faculty Belarusian poet Ales tambourine. "Thoughtful, with blue eyes and golden tresses, plump and tall, measured and sensible Natasha few years became my wife "- he would write later in his memoirs.
In the autumn of 1936 and took a second wife. Poet also took in "development." After his release, she met a young prison investigator who whispered to quickly checking out somewhere, because the newcomer is preparing a wave of arrests.
But she has not said goodbye to hopes of a peaceful human happiness and, once in the prewar years in Leningrad, went there to marry the poet and film critic Iancu Bobrik. In 1942 he died from hunger blyakadnaga.
Natalia returns after the war to Peter and live a long life: though leaving creativity, will work in the library, to be with books; foster 2-adoptive sons — dyatdomavskih boys who become captains distant voyage …
"For what sins we got into this terrible mill! And how was can be in full voice to say about this?" — She wrote in the late 1980s Sergei Grakhovo.

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