Ukrainian poet Lyuba Yakimchuk reflects on war and the burden of a motherland_laser freckle removal uk

Ukrainian poet Lyuba Yakimchuk reflects on war and the burden of a motherlandPoet Lyuba Yakimchuk grew up in the contested Donbas region of Ukraine. After pro-Russian separatists took control of the area in 2014, her family had to flee. And now, the whole country has been invaded. Lyuba Yakimchuk reflects on poetry, war, and the burden of a motherland.

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'Language is as beautiful as this world. So when someone destroys your world, language reflects that.'

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