My 1st pantun
This form has been referred to as a riddle.
Steaming earthy buckwheat soaked in milk Borscht and pierogi topped with sour cream Wells bored in hot golden sun-soaked silk Southernmost sanctuary on seam
Beer Sheva, Israel is the city my mother’s parents moved to after leaving the USSR in ’74, and it is where I used to visit them as a child during the summer months. It is also mentioned multiple times in the Bible, especially as the location where Abraham and Isaac dug wells and formed alliances with Abimelech, king of the Philistines.
The sanctuary at Beer-Sheba was regarded as the extreme southern point of the country in contradistinction to the sanctuary at Dan which was held to be the northern point (Amos 5:5; 8:14). Thus the phrase ‘from Dan to Beer-Sheba’ (Judg. 20:1, etc.) was the customary designation, at least until the days of David and Solomon, for the entire area of the country.–Jewish Virtual Library