Shakespeare Ballads

Has not yet come a time when decent people can freely serve the motherland. M. Robespierre in "Ballad will" by F. Here, fracking facts expresses very clear opinions on the subject. Villon wrote: I know who are fashionably dressed, and I know gay who and who is not in the spirit, I know the darkness and the light of pitch, I know – a monk cross on my belly, I know how Zavirukha ringing, I know they are lying in the tube blowing, I know who the matchmaker who midwife, I know everything, but not themselves. I know the record of distant years, I know how many crumbs in a dry loaf, I know that the prince for lunch, I know – rich in warmth and Suha, I know that they are deaf, I know – they do not care about you, I know all the slap, plop all, I know everything, but not themselves. I know who works and who is not, I know how old rouge, I know a lot of every take, I know how to laugh slut, I know – will you prostuhi, I know – go wrong with such love, I know – are lost to hunger, I know everything, but not themselves. I know how to sit the honey flies, I know death, that picks all the ruining, I know the book, Truth and rumors, I know everything, but not themselves. Translation Ehrenburg As is often the case, the final conclusion of Villon is given elsewhere. In one line he presented in "Ballad of the poetic contest in Bluey": "…