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Love for The Farm

Author: MaryMaryBeth
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Love for The Farm

I love being on the farm
its morning dawns, cooing doves, ringing alarms, two butter sticks softening in a saucer dish next to an old percolator, and the fresh Folger's coffee brewing in an idle kitchen

I love being on the farm
playing in the hay loft, feeling excitement surrounded by feral kittens and running rats, and day dreaming of a plan to befriend them

I love being on the farm
getting lost in the three foot tall alfalfa pastures, seeing my dog in the distance, roll happily in sweet cow pies

I love being on the farm
swatting tails, sticky pink and warm tongues, and kind eyes peering sideways from the narrow stalls

I love being on the farm
partaking in the small county fairs, believing in those principled Lutheran’s sermons and tasting the Summer’s sweet year-end ice cream socials.

I love being on the farm
the memories of my grandparents’ larger-than-life stories, their undying love for the land and their animals, and mostly for, the seeds they have forever sown in me.

Submitted on 2016-04-08 22:24:03     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  This sounds really great the only thing I would change is repeating "I love being on the farm" again and again i feel like it takes away from the flow.
| Posted on 2016-05-11 00:00:00 | by ilovepuppies | [ Reply to This ]

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