A Dairy Farmer's Daughter: Her Words
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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