The Pasture

Poem By Barbara James

all heads turned my way!
I like to look at cows
Apparently,
they like to look at me.

Comments about The Pasture

A real life happening, it's happened to me many times, nice one--Melvina
its humility i see in this strong work. nice read. -Tailor B.


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