Poetry from Uzbekoyim (needs to be April 1)

Central Asian teen girl with long curly dark hair, a white collared sweater and a black jacket.
Erkinova Elbek (Uzbekoyim)
Only you don't cry, don't laugh in pain!

May my body be frozen, my soul is in pain,
I'm sick, even if I'm sick
Only you don't cry, don't laugh in pain!

Let me take your pain away
May God make me happy,
Let there be a drop of blood in my body,
Only you don't cry, don't laugh in pain!

Ask me anything you need.
I can deliver what you want,
I fear not even death for you
Only you don't cry, don't laugh in pain!

Pains in the body are more than numerous,
It's all painful, it hurts my soul,
I forgot everything, patiently
Only you don't cry, don't laugh in pain!

I bring the herbs of paradise,
I will bring the waters of Zam Zam,
every sweet word I said to you
Only you don't cry, don't laugh in pain!
                                        Uzbekoyim

Erkinova, daughter of Charos Elbek, was born on November 13, 2008 in Navroz Mahalla, Pastdargom District, Samarkand Region. Currently, she is a 9th-grade student at School No. 105. She studied English at the B2 level, knows Russian, and Karese languages. Examples of her work are in the international magazine Kenya Times, Raven Cage Zine. published twice in the international magazine, on the ChaOS international website, in magazines. Member of the YUKSALISH organization, Member of the Volunteer Association of Uzbekistan, member of the Golden Wing organization, holder of the State certificate in the 2nd season of Shahida Yusupova's personal development competition.

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