Daniel Gimaev
Five brilliant artifacts of a mysterious programmer

Five brilliant artifacts of a mysterious programmer
Daniel Gimaev

The book “Five Artifacts of the mysterious programmer” is dedicated to those who lead us to success and prosperity. To our parents. Our parents give us the first knowledge, then they pay for it. And they pay even more in case of their absence. And if we learn to take knowledge ourselves, then our parents still pay. Therefore, everyone should be grateful to them.

Five brilliant artifacts of a mysterious programmer

Daniel Gimaev

© Daniel Gimaev, 2022

ISBN 978-5-0055-9150-0

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I remember your kind look

Pigeons

Flocks of pigeons in the blue sky,

We could fly to the south,

To coo over the black sea,

And watch the sunset from the shore,

They could, but they don’t like it any better,

Than a breath of native air,

And a piece of dry bread,

They are free, peaceful, here,

Flocks fly under the clouds,

There’s no smarter bird to turn,

What about magnetic radars,

Find routes above the house,

They are equipped with wings,

Lighter than chicken feather beds, in this,

The vestments of the demigods,

So ordinary and yet not,

Ordinary looking ones only,

We’ll be friends forever,

Feed them out of hand en masse.

You must be scarier than Hell

You must be scarier than Hell,

Once I call you proudly Varyag,

You moored with the stern,

I remember your kind look.

You must be scarier than Hell,

Once I was so angry in the war,

The storm of the seas has gone into eternity,

In the middle of the sky stood for the first time.

You must be scarier than Hell,

If time doesn’t count,

To the losses of soldiers that starley,

The era of destroyers calls.

Under oath

Were you under oath,

Familiar to you,

The burden of duty, honor and glory,

I want to know what you

’re like, you were wounded without passing,

You went firmly to the enemy,

Or you were before the grave,

Ready to stand the world cursing,