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When the snow on the ground is finally melting, snowdrops show up. Snowdrop, with its pretty figure, is loved in Russia as a symbol of new life. Many Russian poets wrote poems about this flower.

The blue, pure snowdrop — flower,
and near it the last snowdrops.
The last tears over past griefs,
and first dreams of another happiness.
(A. Maykov)

Here is Vsevolod Dvorkin's "#Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, April -Snowdrop", fully expressing the sensitiveness of the last tears over past grief, and hidden expectations for new life.

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