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« In Remembrance of Zei… | Home | Rumpodich by Wladimir… »

Lubozne Dźěćo by Jurij Brězan

Translated by Charles Wukasch, PhD.

Friday 22 August 2014 at 8:39 pm.

A Christmas prayer.

Texas Wendish Heritage Society Newsletter 2.5 (1989): 3.

LUBOZNE DŹĚĆO

Lubozne dźěćo,

rodźene k zobžu,

budź na swět k nam powitane.

wšón lud so tebi kłoni

a z wěžow radosć zwoni.

Lubozne dźěćo, nadźija naša,

njech budźe měr na zemi wšej,

njech swita jasne ranje.

Budź ludźom spodobanje!

 

0 BLESSED CHILD

0 blessed child,

Born for our good,

We welcome You to earth.

To You all people kneel

And from the heights great joy resounds.

0 blessed child, our hope,

Let there be peace throughout the land,

Let dawn the morning clear.

And joy to people come!

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