RAMBLINGS OF A NORTH COUNTRY WOMAN
If you are looking for sophisticated prose or poetry, poetry that you must ponder for days to find the meaning, this book is not for you. This book is simply the honest thoughts and feelings of a very ordinary woman. I hope the one reading this can say, “Oh, I’ve felt that way!” Perhaps take comfort is some words and feel nostalgia at others. This book talks about country life, love, loss, and a look back on what used to be. A friend once told me I write poetry for those who don’t like poetry. I take this as a great compliment. I would hope this book finds a secret spot in your heart where you can sit back and reflect.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
antique baked barn Beautiful BC bicker and bomb big black birds birdsong black cow bread breeze British Columbia Bunson can’t Christmas coal oil cold couldn’t Crisp cuddle dance dandelion Deanna dear door It’s beautiful dreams eyes face feel feet fills floor it comes flowers gaze gently glass scrub board glowing God’s gone Grandma’s quilt grey hand Hank Snow heart Helen’s Island horses horsewhip husband I’ve island My space land laughter likejewels look love to walk Mama’s Afghan memories mom’s morning never night Oh Lord old organ pain pasture pig proof playmates poetry quiet rejoice remember rollicking shining bright sing sisters skies skimmings smell smile smooth the nub soft song sorrow soul Sparkling diamonds spirit stove summer summer breeze sweet Swing Set tears there’s told treadle Twerp Vashti and Jake voice warmth Willow Tree wind won’t wood