Daleen Enslinstrydom

Rookie - 149 Points [Daleen EnslinStrydom] (25-02-1967 / Springs, South Africa)

Daleen Enslinstrydom Poems

41. Bluebells Dance In The Wind 1/17/2014
42. Bread And Meat For Breakfast 6/24/2013
43. Broken Clay Vessels 6/4/2013
44. Bush Veldt Nights 2/8/2013
45. Casanova 6/19/2013
46. Chocolates 7/11/2013
47. Cold Water And Warm Love 4/10/2013
48. Crépe Yearnings 10/24/2013
49. Cursed 3/18/2013
50. Cursed [1] 3/18/2013
51. Dandelions 9/30/2013
52. Did They Know Who He Was? 5/14/2013
53. Difficult To Fall Asleep 4/19/2013
54. Difficult To Understand 6/14/2013
55. Dorothy Just Wanted To Learn 10/25/2013
56. Dreams 5/24/2013
57. Dreams Do Come True 2/20/2013
58. Eli Eli Lama Sabagtani 3/28/2013
59. Entanglement 6/18/2013
60. Every Good Thing Comes To An End 5/16/2013
61. Everyone Wants To Belong 2/15/2013
62. Eyes Do Not Lie 1/30/2014
63. Far Beyond This Night 2/16/2015
64. Far Beyond This Night [1] 3/19/2015
65. Female Spider 6/4/2013
66. Fishing 4/17/2013
67. Florence Nightingale Of The Kitchen 4/12/2013
68. Forgiving And Forgetting 10/10/2013
69. Garage Sale Treasures 5/29/2013
70. God Painted The World 5/17/2013
71. God’s Handiwork 1/15/2014
72. Going Home Just To See How Freedom Looks Like 4/18/2013
73. Going To Canaan 5/14/2014
74. Goodbye To My Friend 10/2/2013
75. Grandmother’s Gallery 7/12/2013
76. Green Wheat Fields 2/11/2013
77. Growing Up 8/26/2013
78. Growing Up [1] 8/26/2013
79. Hand In Hand 1/5/2014
80. Happiness Is A New Tomorrow 8/27/2013
Best Poem of Daleen Enslinstrydom

The Hands Of A Farmer

I have known those hands all of my life
and many times I have looked at those hands,
at big rough hands that worked the fields
and calluses in their palms tell a own story
and the fingers are big
and when they grab they hold on.

Those are very strong hands
but they are gentle when they touch the family.
Those hands sowed the wheat
and harvested the sheaves,
those hands planted maize
and brought home the first ripe corn.

Those hands brought life,
helped the cow that struggled during birth,
those hands carried the lambs
to a place of ...

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The Prodigal Son

His mind wanders back to the time of leisure
when he did live as the wealthy son of a lord,
when days were spent lazing around,
filled with all the good life had to offer

but he wanted more,
more than what a county-boy could long for;
he insisted and claimed what he thought
was rightfully his,

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