"With love for the Fatherland..." was the title of Alexandra Suslova’s creative evening, a well-known prose poet in Kostanay region.
Alexandra Suslova is a prose poet, teacher, chairman of the Council of Public Consent of the regional Assembly of people of Kazakhstan.
Alexander Suslova is known and loved by many people. Her creative evening, which took place in the walls of the House of Friendship, became a real gift for friends and admirers. This evening she shared stories from life, read poems. The audience did not stop applauding.
The first block of poems was devoted to women.
However, the most touching was the part devoted to the war. The author has written the poems about this terrible event on memoirs of parents who have survived those terrible years. Listeners had tears in their eyes.
Alexandra Ilyinichna travels a lot in Russia. She remembered how she was met by children at a Russian school.
- One of the students was very restless and always held out his hand to ask a question. He stood up and asked: "Are you a Kazakh? "No, I am Russian, but a citizen of Kazakhstan. The boy sat down for a while and pulled out his hand again: "Do you know the anthem of Kazakhstan? Sing it”. I got up and sang the anthem of Kazakhstan in Kazakh. Although I was born in Russia, I moved to Kazakhstan at a young age. I consider this country my homeland," Suslova said.
The poet's repertoire includes many poems dedicated to the Fatherland.
Alexandra Suslova is also a children's author. She writes fairy tales, children's poems. Of course, during the evening she told about her art for children and read poems.
At the end of the meeting Alexandra Ilyinichna sang a song together with the audience.