Ludvig Durian - Luseghen Kristosturian

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LUDVIG DURIAN - LUSEGHEN KRISTOSTURIAN
 
SIRANUSH KRISTOSTURIAN

 

Ludvig Durian (Luseghen Kristosturian) (1933-2010) is an Armenian poet and writer. He was born in the village of Chalder, in the province of Rostov in Russia, which was considered the shelter of the exiled population of Western Armenia’s most beautiful city of the “1001 churches”- ANI.
 
In 1934 he moved with his family to Armenia and settled in the small village of Shahab (currently Mayakovsky) in the region of Kotayk. His sad childhood was marked by the early death of his mother, the marriage of his father and the loss of the sight of one of his eyes. The child was urged to live away from the family with an aunt, in Yerevan.
 
Regardless the sufferings he had gone through, the most remarkable in his writings was the endless love he always carried in his heart and his soul: love for his Motherland, love for Mother Nature, love for his family and for everything he did. Over 35 collections of poems, many songs lyrics in collaboration with famous composers; his autobiography “This much of my life” which was published after his death crowned his legacy. A considerable number of poems remain unpublished of which a beautiful bunch is offered to your attention.
 
 
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