My father passed away and I miss him. He always sang many songs in Polish and Russian, but one poem in particular that I called my own he always told me before I went to bed was… Jadom jadom dzecie drogu szochika I brat… Do you have the entire verse?
It’s about a brother and a sister riding through a village and they are talking about their travels and what a wonderful sight it is. The poem talks about how they pass a white hut with a roof made out of straw. They see a crane in the sky, a peasant boy playing a flute, bailing hay and so on… Please help me.
Thank you Diana Meynart Hanzel
If anyone can help with the words to this poem, please comment below or email me.
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