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The Cookie Farm

The Cookie Farm Homemade whipped cream Cradled in a strawberry stream Cotton bonnets as far as the eye can see Fifty pickers gathering berries for a fee Distant rows of fruit bearing trees Stately greening in the breeze Ice man with his horse and cart Want ice? Got old iron for my cart? Stallions whinny from the barn Granny's on the porch twirling yarn Over the butter barrel labors Sis I picked some lettuce nice and crisp Lunch bell rings we all go running Sis took my seat Oh so cunning Memories of these days I reminisce Wholesome days of sunny bliss Carole Cookie Arnold 2010

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  1. Date: 3/22/2010 8:53:00 AM
    I am enjoying reading fresh poetry today. What a wonderful thing to do on this rainy day. I am so happy your poetry was among what I have read and enjoyed today Carole. Love, Carol