Berkinalieva Sagynbubu Abdusamatovna (Kyrgyz Republic)



Berkinalieva Sagynbubu Abdusamatovna (Kyrgyz Republic)

Berkinalieva Sagynbүbү Abdysamatovna was born in 1974 in the village of Uzgurush in Talas region.
Member of the National Writers’ Union of Kyrgyzstan, member of Eurasian Creative Guild, member of the Writers’ Union of North America.
Head of the Kyrgyz branch of the Writers’ Union of North America.

Published works:

1) “Sheet covered with the dust” (Publishing house “Biyiktik” -2014).
2) “Girl dancing in the sky” (Publishing house “Great mountains” – 2019).

Collection of poems, where were included Sagun’s Berkinalieva poems:

“Dedication to Jolon”, “Kyzdar ai”, “Caravan of songs”, “Dedication to the homeland”.

In 2016 she took part in the competition for young poets and won the Audience Award.
Diploma winner for active participation in the competition of young poets “Mekenge taazim” and “Besh Akin” in 2017.
Diploma winner of the Festival of Eurasian Week of Culture, which was held in Great Britain (London).
In 2019 she had participated in an International Competition of Eurasian Creative Guild in Belgium (Brussels). She won the first place in the nomination of poetry and was awarded the “Lyre” medal for the best female lyrics.
In 2019 she was awarded “The Best Poet of the Year” in Kyrgyzstan according to the results of the republican newspaper “Erkin Too”.
Recently was published a collection of poetry “Girl dancing in the sky” in English. (Britain Britain), the poems were translated by remarkable poet of England John Farndon. The publication took place thanks to a grant to the first place in the competition “Open Eurasia”.
She has got the highest award of the International Prize “Amber Nugget”.
Laureate of the first prizes of the International Prize “Old Record” named after Leonid Utesov.
Laureate of the International Literary Prize “Duke de Richelieu” (Pushkin and Gogol in Italy).
In 2021, she was awarded the silver badge of the Writers’ Union of North America and Marley Academician and honorary worker of the Writers’ Union of North America
She has got the Grand Prize of the International competition named after Anna Snitkina Dostoevskaya, (SPSA).
International Laureate of the Liftt Competition – 2021.
Winner of the 1st degree diploma for the International Mark Twain Prize “Simpletons Abroad”.
Honorary Member of the Writers’ Union of North America.
Academician and honorary member of the Academy of Literature, Art and Communication.
Academician of World Literature and Art (Marley)
Laureate of the Petrarch International Literary Prize
Laureate of the International Literary Prize Matsuo Base.
International Ambassador for Kyrgyzstan in Africa and India for Poetry


Such dangerous steps I take today –
And who will look after me?
Will I find comfort in the poppies
That in fairyland grow free?

Yet it seems even the poppies wither –
They’re tumbling down the slope.
And when the sky starts falling too,
It smashes my heart’s hope.

There’s really no eluding
What destiny has shown.
Any sacrifice is useless
When it’s written down in stone.

Every further step’s a sin
Even though it’s brief,
But guiltless, sinless days
Bring my heart such grief.

Let me be a girl of snow
In a fairy tale from long ago.


Now we are the casualties
Of shameless lies and slurs again.
Like a venomous snake, cold words
Wind and slither down our lane.

And now I’m lying in my grave –
He buried me before I was dead.
I am so hurt by this man of ice –
The man with who I shared my bed.

Josephine, you’re so receptive –
Like a mother you’ve been to me
You were sent by the Almighty
As my inseparable twin to be.


O Lord, I cannot live on the land –
Let waves float me out over the sea.
Drinking foaming waves, I would soon
Turn into an Angel and fly away free!

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