My back hurts,
I try to work in my knees
But those hurts too.
My shoulder stings
With each move
To work well what shall I fix?
My body, dear friend!
If let my heart to love you
My mind, could give you any strenght?
Over the ocean
And the seven seas
My soul I let to fly away
From up I watch and listen to myself:
-Love you so much my dear Earth,
Next year please
Do bring joy to many children
Bond them with nature's loving memory.
What a wonderful poem! It is indeed a celebration of all lovely things including sweet and delicious fruits that the earth provides to us every now and then. Yes, the man has to perspire to get it. Thanks for sharing the poem, Elena. And Congrats for being the poet of the day.
Thank you dear Rajnish, how well you put it, indeed, working the fields should be a celebration that I think no man should miss. Maybe one day, it will be included in our education curriculum?
This is very crafty poem and Congrats for POTD honours.10++
Knee woks giving you support. You still do not feel tired and work hard and write beautiful poems. Over the seven oceans your soul flies wonderfully and perceives the light of joy and dignity. In Earth you find sweet strawberry. This poem is an outstanding poem and I put my historic 39999th comment on this nice work. Thank you very much for penning this poem....10 (My thirty-nine thousand nine hundred ninety ninth comment)
Well crafted poem and innovative.... you write really very well.10+
When working with the fruits of nature we are stained by juice. A wonderful poem.
Over the ocean And the seven seas My soul I let to fly away.......oh what a fine poetic expression dear poetess. tony
Beautiful piece of poetry, well articulated and elegantly penned in appreciation of nature and good friendship. Thanks for sharing Elena.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem
Working with hands, bonding with nature can be back breaking but very comforting. This is a beautiful tribute to a friend and to Nature too. She rewards us thousand times more than what we give back. Marvelous poem. Congratulations and thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much dear Savita, how true you speak, I am so very grateful to my friend, Meral is her name, for allowing me to have the experience of bonding with nature. Because of such, these days I try to be grateful for everything that I get on my table. Often trying to think and thank mentally to the people who work hard for my food, send love and gratitude to nature, but also asking forgiveness for the way we are treating it..