The relationship - whether it was friendship or something more - between Dilma Rousseff's Bulgarian father Petar Rusev (Pedro Rousseff) and Elisaveta Bagryana, the greatest Bulgarian poetess of all time, might have been one of the most beautiful stories of the 20th century.
The time has come for Brazil to understand Bulgaria as a country with charissma and flair of its beauty through the poems of Bagryana. The Bulgarian roots is found in the poetry that leads to a silient nationalism.
It is an obligation of Dilma to teach the Brazilians where is Bulgaria on the map and its ties to Brazil.
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