Kole Nedelkovski was born in the village of Vojnica, by Veles, on
December 16, 1912. He was attending the gymnasium in Veles but had to
stop his education because of lack of money. He went to Skopje where he
worked as a painter, and also attended the Sunday school for trade. In
1933 he went to Bulgaria and became a member of the fight against the
Fascism. He died as a hero on September 2, 1941, being a member of a
Kole Nedelkovski is one of the most revolutionary poets in the Macedonian literature. Each of his verses shines with love and attachment to the suffering macedonian people. His poem Glas od Makedonija is one of the most famous revolutionary poems in the Macedonian literature, calling the macedonian people to fight together against the Fascism.
O, trajte, trajte, tirani nedni! Dosta se tija tagi i zloba - pakosen glas od ustite gadni nad mojot narod u sekoja doba. Ta ete veke vekovi celi pishka i stenka od volci gosti - za brata vijat koj da go deli za da mu gloda suvite koski. Pa neka sega sam da si resi so svoja volja sudba i seva, v zivotot ednas sam da se tsi, d'izdigne slavno svoj rod bez vreva. Ta Shar i Pirin druzno da viknat rodnata pesna v nebesa temni i burniot Egej - na vek da pliska teskiot glas na novite himni.
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