Countryside

Poem By Marilyn Lott

Cruising through the country side
Breathing country air
Old barns have given up the ghost
But you know, the charm's still there.

Might see a cow ‘long side the road
A sheep herd passing through
Cowboys riding on horseback
Herd dogs are barking too.

Open space and dreams undone
Keep calling out to me
The history and the beauty
Are there for us to see.

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