I'd like to recall the forgotten taste - Fly up above, never looking at the cloud. According to the rank I ought to sleep now - Yet my body dances Cachucha. I drink gin as if I was an old kitchen woman; I forgot the way out of this zoo. Too many mirrors, too little light; Spring is coming. The stones pretend to be sleeping. Quite dangerous, to deal with them, or with myself. It's seems to me, I've seen your glance once before; I could help you, but you're behind a glass wall. I could show you a written confirmation. It's about time to fill up the tank. This sea is unnaturally shallow. You can call me Strelka. I am rare earth like lithium. I don't go against the flow; The heart of each and every sailor Rejoices at this folk song from Palamos.Edit
1) Strelka is a common pet name (typically female dog,etc.) or a nickname in Russian which literally means something like "clock/watch hand" or "pointer". However translating "you can call me Pointer" does not seem appropriate in the given context. 2) rare earth like lithium — either a joke or a misconception. Lithium (Atomic Number 3) is not even in the vicinity of the rare earth elements (AN 21, 39, 57).