A Dairy Farmer's Daughter: Her Words

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 30, 2012 - Poetry - 278 pages
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Growing up on a Dairy Farm in a small county in Ohio was not the easiest life. At most times it would become the enjoyment of times. I grew up watching birth, rebirth, death, and rebirth happen everyday in the first years of my life. The want to share to everyone and to let people know what kind of life I lived was a dream of mine. These poems represent my life. They’re not your usual poetry reading material. Each one represents a day or week in my life whether I was strong, sad, happy, angry, delighted, or just feeling sexy. Over those years writing these poems became my diary. These tell the long nights, the deaths I encountered, and lives I helped. The love I shared for my family and animals I cared for hide within these pages. Written are words of my life, the Dairy Farmer’s Daughter.
 

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Contents

EYES THAT FADE AWAY
FOOLED
FORE YER IN THE DARK
GONE ITH THE
HOW YOU FEEL
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 Emma grew up between the towns of Clyde and Fremont, Ohio. Growing up on her family Dairy Farm that was currently being taken care of by her Father, Timothy. She grew up with her two sisters, Augusta and Samantha, her brother Jacob, and her mother, Sandra. When she was twelve years old her mother pulled her and her siblings out of the public school system to be home-schooled at home. Emma finished middle school and high school by the time she was seventeen years old. Just after her 17th birthday she signed her contract with the U.S. Marines. Emma completed boot camp and soon completed training at Marine Combat Training and school for Embarkation Logistics. She is stationed now at Camp Lejeune, NC and stays in contact with her family, whom she says gives her the most inspiration to write more.

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