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I wrote a poem in Armenian.

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  • #11
    Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

    Originally posted by Armenian
    Well, just know that generally speaking it is Armenian men who marry otars. Also, Armenian men place so much "hetamnac" expectations upon a "wife" that many times Armenian women think its simply better to marry non-Armenian men. I think Armenian men should first learn to grow up and act like men, instead of the mama's boys we see running around today. For Armenian men from the middle east and the Armenian Republic, a women is either a w-h-o-r-e or a saint, there is nothing in between.

    And that is why many Armenian women are trying their luck out side of our community.
    Very true.

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    • #12
      Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

      It's ok, I'm making an effort. Right here on this website.
      “There are truths on this side of the Pyrenees, which are falsehoods on the other.”
      Blaise Pascal

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      • #13
        Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

        Originally posted by D3ADSY
        It's ok, I'm making an effort. Right here on this website.
        An effort to do what?

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        • #14
          Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

          Some people PM'd me asking for an english translation, which I do have - but I dunno if I should post it, I feel like it'll take away the aesthetic beauty of the poem.

          Does anybody else want the english version?

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          • #15
            Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

            Originally posted by ace
            An effort to do what?
            Finding an Armenian GF/wife. But she has to be hawt!

            Do you have a sister Ace?
            “There are truths on this side of the Pyrenees, which are falsehoods on the other.”
            Blaise Pascal

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            • #16
              Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

              Originally posted by D3ADSY
              Finding an Armenian GF/wife. But she has to be hawt!

              Do you have a sister Ace?
              Not one that would ever be interested in you

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              • #17
                Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.



                Maybe after HyeWayCop helps me out with some of his jokes.
                “There are truths on this side of the Pyrenees, which are falsehoods on the other.”
                Blaise Pascal

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                • #18
                  Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

                  Originally posted by D3ADSY


                  Maybe after HyeWayCop helps me out with some of his jokes.
                  Actually, its your looks.

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                  • #19
                    Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

                    Originally posted by ace
                    Անկյանք ծնւնդ

                    Թւյնավոր ամպերը կյանքի ձմեռից կյանք տվեցին վարդի շւրթերին,
                    ոչ հողից, ոչ ջրից, μայց քարի ներսից.

                    Առանց ձայն,առանց փւշ,
                    առանց հայ հոգւ, մայրը μերեց տւն սև լւյս:
                    Հայ զինվորի քարին թքած ծախեց մեր ազգը,
                    ոչինչ, սատանայի գերւն էլ մի ժամանակ սիրեց աստվածը:
                    Հրեշտակները վեր հանեցին մարդւ միջի սատանան,
                    խաμեցին ւ խաμվեցին, միայն հայ մայրը չհավատա:
                    Ինչ ազգ կմնա, եթե ազգի աղջիկը չտեսնի լւյսով,
                    թող μերի կամ զինվոր կամ քւյր, միայն հղիանա հւյսով:

                    ~Հենրիկ
                    That was very well written. Thanks.
                    Last edited by Anonymouse; 06-29-2006, 08:43 PM.
                    Achkerov kute.

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                    • #20
                      Re: I wrote a poem in Armenian.

                      Originally posted by Armenian
                      Well, just know that generally speaking it is Armenian men who marry otars. Also, Armenian men place so much "hetamnac" expectations upon a "wife" that many times Armenian women think its simply better to marry non-Armenian men. I think Armenian men should first learn to grow up and act like men, instead of the mama's boys we see running around today. For Armenian men from the middle east and the Armenian Republic, a women is either a w-h-o-r-e or a saint, there is nothing in between.

                      And that is why many Armenian women are trying their luck out side of our community.
                      Lately I have noticed it has been quite a fad for these diasporan Armenian men, to marry Koreans, or Chinese, etc.
                      Last edited by Anonymouse; 06-29-2006, 08:43 PM.
                      Achkerov kute.

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