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Popajźony Spěwarik

Translated by Charles Wukasch, PhD.

Friday 22 August 2014 at 9:16 pm.

Texas Wendish Heritage Society Newsletter 3.3 (1990): 4.

Popajźony Spěwarik

Spěwarik bu łapjony

a do klětki zawrěty,

nuzkany bu k spěwanju

w snadnem śmojtem domcyku.

Ptašack pak se tužašo,

głowka jomu wisašo.

Błotka su jom' wezeli,

z towariškow wunjasli.

Z tśikotom jan płakašo

samotniwe ptašacko;

złamaś co se wutšobka,

gaž won spěwa na Błotka.

Ja som ak to ptašacko

w cuzej zemi daloko,

a ja zgubich Łužycu,

mojog njebja kšasotu.


A Songbird in a Cage

A songbird was caught

And put in a cage.

It was forced then to sing

In its tiny dark house.

The bird became sad

And hung his head down.

His dear woods and the Spree

Had been taken from him.

He sings and he cries -

That small, lonely bird.

And his heart will soon break.

For he longs for the Spree.

So far from my land -

I'm like that small bird.

For Lusatia is there.

It's my heaven on earth.

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