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A Poem About Construction Industry and Civil Engineers

Updated on November 17, 2017
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Ashish is a writer and poet who has hit the online market with success. He has pursued Creative Writing from London School of Journalism.

The construction towers stretching high into the sky, millions of Civil Engineer's dream on which they lie.
The construction towers stretching high into the sky, millions of Civil Engineer's dream on which they lie. | Source

This poem is dedicated to all Construction Managers, Civil Engineers, Site Supervisor and Construction Labours around the world. Who have sacrificed their personal life and worked day & night to build the dream houses of millions of inhabitants.

Dedication

Construction Labour's sleepless nights for the aesthetic look.
Construction Labour's sleepless nights for the aesthetic look. | Source

Believe in Perfection

Construction Labours spreading the concrete till the hands get sore.
Construction Labours spreading the concrete till the hands get sore. | Source

Trust & Honesty

The massive foundation poured with concrete.
The massive foundation poured with concrete. | Source

Don't Stop

Construction Work has to continue, though you are in pain.
Construction Work has to continue, though you are in pain. | Source

Team Work

We respect and understand the importance of each role in Construction Industry.
We respect and understand the importance of each role in Construction Industry. | Source

The towers stretching high into the sky,

Millions of dreams on which they lie.


Sleepless nights for the aesthetic look,

Bribing hard for the entry in the book.


Feeling vibrations to reach depth of the core,

Spreading the concrete till the hands get sore.


The massive foundation poured with trust,

The reinforcement cleared to avoid the rust.


The slab resting on the columns and beams,

Walking hard in the scorching steam.


Swollen hands and bleeding knees,

Killing flies and cutting trees.


Avoided friends and waiting wives,

Consoling yourself that is called life.


Sweating in sun and drenching in vain,

Work has to go, though in pain.


Coordinating and fighting, though feel the same goal,

We respect each other and the importance of each role.


Then the tears of happiness in eyes,

When the tower has lost in the skies.


The tower stretching high into the sky,

Thousands of people on which they lie.

A poem About Construction Industry and Civil Engineers By Ashish Dadgaa

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      Ashi 14 months ago

      @manatita,

      Thank you so much Manatita for appreciating my words. I am so happy that you are knowing the value of labor and amount of hard work require to build someone's dream house.

      You are absolutely right as we require skill and vision for make it. Yes, 100% sacrifices are necessary and such a co-incident as I am doing overtime on my work and writing this to you. It's 10:30pm and I am still in my office.

      It is my day to day work to build everyone's dream house.

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      manatita44 15 months ago from london

      Yes, some of what you express, including the poll, are so necessary for these kinds of work. Much labour involved and tremendous skill and vision, as well as sacrifice necessary.

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      Ashi 16 months ago

      @ Surabhi Kaura

      Thank you so much for your best review :)

      Haha...no worries. Got it :)

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      Surabhi Kaura 16 months ago

      Woops. I meant "Discipline", aha!

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      Surabhi Kaura 16 months ago

      Duty, Disciple, Decency, Delicacy and Devotion – These 5 ‘D’s are very pertinent in a collective task that is aimed for one objective. Rhymes well as usual. An exemplary poem; a one depicting the toil of construction workers. Thumbs up!