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Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev (Russian: Фёдор Иванович Тютчев; December 5 (November 23 O.S.) 1803 - July 27 (July 15 O.S.) 1873) was a Russian poet and statesman.

== Quotes ==
How can a heart expression find? How should another know your mind? Will he discern what quickens you? A thought once uttered is untrue.
Silentium!After tumbling down the mountain, a stone lies in a valley. How did it fall away? Right now, no-one knows. Did it tear from the heights on its own? Or was it cast down by the will of another? Aeons have flowed by, yet no-one knows the reason why.
ProblèmeI love May's first storms: chuckling, sporting spring grumbles in mock anger; young thunder claps.
A Spring StormУмом — Россию не понять,Аршином общим не измерить:У ней особенная стать —В Россию можно только верить.
Russia cannot be understood with the mind alone, No ordinary yardstick can span her greatness: She stands alone, unique – In Russia, one can only believe.
Russia cannot be understood with the mind alone...Separation has this lofty meaning: if love lasts years, if but a day it takes, love's just a dream and we're a moment dreaming, and whether early, whether late the waking, the time must finally arrive when we awake.
Separation has this lofty meaning...

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