The interpretation in võro (Võru, estonian dialect) language, of my little verses. Neighbor of the Estonian, võro (fennic branch of the Uralic languages), has its own literary language, and seeks an official recognition in Estonia. The voro is spoken by about 90,000 people in southern Estonia. It is the northern dialect that gave modern Estonian. Võro is written with the Latin letters and is in danger because of the competition with its neighbor of the north.
Võros, around 70,000, are the historic inhabitants of Võru County, a county in the south-eastern part of the country, bordering Russia and Latvia.