Today we decided to remember the great Russian classical poets who made a huge contribution not only to Russian, but also to world literature. The names of these famous and revered people are known not only in Russia, but all over the world. I would like to recall the following greatest Russian poets: A. Pushkin, S. Yesenin, M. Lermontov, M. Tsvetaeva and A. Akhmatova. Of course, there are many other outstanding Russian poets to whom world fame has come. The list of these talented people is endless.
Unfortunately, it was these great poets who passed away very early. It is interesting to see how they would look if they lived to old age.
So, we present to you the top 5 great Russian poets in old age.
The first on the list of this entertaining experiment is the great Russian poet and writer, the founder of the modern literary language, with whose name the Golden Age of Russian literature and poetry is associated – Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin. This is how he would look in old age. Like all people of age, the beloved poet would also have time imprints on his face. A little tired look, silver in her hair, restraint in emotions. But Alexander Pushkin would still be adorned with cheerful curls of hair, chic sideburns and a sincere look.
Sergei Alexandrovich Yesenin is a great Russian poet and lyricist. It is worth recognizing that the famous poet had excellent external data. No wonder women fell in love with him. His angelic appearance, soft half-smile, big blue eyes and natural charm won over many women. As you can see, the poet would also look great in old age. A snow-white shock of hair would adorn his gifted head. Clear eyes would still shine with clarity and wisdom. His appearance, as in his youth, would excite the hearts of many fans of poetry.
Next on the list of reincarnations – Mikhail Yurjevich Lermontov. Recognition and fame came to the talented poet during his lifetime. In the photo you can see what a high forehead the poet has – a sign of a noble birth and a special mind. A pretty face is adorned with pensive black eyes, which in old age would be even more beautiful. Mikhail Lermontov would have looked great in honorary years!
The great poet of the Silver Age Marina Tsvetaeva, we could not fail to include in this list. Marina Ivanovna is considered one of the key figures in world poetry of the 20th century. The poetess had a stern but interesting appearance. Mature age would add some wrinkles to Marina Tsvetaeva, but this would not spoil her sophisticated appearance in any way. Green eyes would retain their shine, and a strict lip line could tell a lot.
Another famous and talented poetess of the Silver Age, Anna Andreevna Akhmatova, completes our 5 great people. The name of this woman is known to every person, even those ignorant of literature. Anna Akhmatova is the author of many poems about love, nature, homeland. Agree that there is something extraordinary, mysterious and bewitching in the appearance of a talented poetess. With age, a special time stamp in the form of a net of wrinkles would appear on her face. A sad look would sometimes sparkle with fond memories of his youth and his face would become younger. Anna Akhmatova, even in adulthood, would have remained attractive to her admirers.
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