Ellikkala of Mine
Jumadurdieva Lazzat Jasurbek
I was born in a bright, beautiful, peaceful world.
I fell asleep, mother, in a soft tone,
I was born and raised in Ellikkala of mine wilderness,
Let’s flower, I’m like you, I’m fifty-fifty.
Your desert valleys are as wide as your bosom,
Incarnate historical monuments,
Your indelible memories from the human heart,
Let’s flower, you are my name, Ellikkala of mine.
The day the endless island sea fades away,
You will never forget that sad night,
This day is full of children’s laughter again.
Let’s flower, I’m like you, Ellikkala of mine
Your deserts have turned into honey,
How many of your young men are ready for work,
Your brave boy was elected as the governor,
Let’s flower, I’m like youEllikkala of mine.
Today you are working tirelessly,
Do not listen to the words of the indifferent,
My country be united forever and ever,
Let’s flower, I’m like you, Ellikkala of mine.
Jumadurdiyeva, the daughter of Lazzat Jasurbek, was born on January 1, 2004 in the Ellikkala district of the Republic of Karakalpakstan. 1st year student of the Faculty of Foreign Philology of the National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek. Lazzat, who has been fond of literature since childhood, is the author of hundreds of poems. Today, he is an active member of the Association of Poets-Writers of the Republic of Kazakhstan under the “Kosh Kanat” Foundation. His poetry collection “Bakhtmunchag” (My words that became happiness) was published by the publishing house and sold in Great Britain and Moldova. Posted on the Internet.Jumadurdiyeva Lazzat, a Russian-language 1st stage student of the Faculty of Foreign Philology of the National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek, was awarded with the badge of “International Services” according to the decision N18 of the “Kos kanat” snow creative fund of the Republic of Kazakhstan.