"Play then, play" by Pauluk or Paŭli︠u︡k Bahrym (in the poetry anthology Like Water, like Fire) contains the following lines:
... But the bagpipes I must play, for
I in Krosyn cannot stay more
A Lord in Krosyn rages harshly,
And with clubs they slew my father
I assume that Krosyn is a place, but I have been unable to discover exactly where this is or the significance of that location. Did something specific happen there that this poem is referring to?