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A Farm's Serenity
by Felix LeRoy Perry
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
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My father, grandfather and great grandfathers were all I was a city boy born and raised but when I visited the farms of my grandfather and uncles I always felt such a warm comfort when the day's work was done and people sat back for a few moments after supper to relax and regroup...especially in the fall after the harvests

A Farm’s Serenity

By: fee


That old north winds blows

I heard some say

That there’ll be snow real soon

Times a passing quickly now

Since that last harvest moon


There’s winter wood

Piled high in the wood shed

The pantry shelves are full

And Momma’s in her rocking chair

Surrounded by her knitting wool


The bankers all got their money

Left a little for the cookie jar

Enough for seed, weed and feed

That Poppa said come early spring

We’re surely going to need


The kids are fighting over

The Sears and roebucks catalogue

Christmas dreams on a glossy page

In this Norman Rockwell scene

Taken from another age


Now when that old North wind

Blows colder every fall

It always stirs a memory

A favorite one for sure

Of that farm’s true serenity






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Reviewed by Cryssa C
There is nothing quite like living on a farm...Your poem brought back my own nostalgic memories of growing up on a farm.

Reviewed by Sheila Roy
Sounds like a hard but rewarding life. Hugs,
Reviewed by Rebecca Lerwill
Aww, how wonderful. For a city boy you've got just the right amount of farmland-novelty in your veins. Great pic, too.
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
Well You Know I Am A Farm Girl, I Love Love Love It!
I Also Loved To Read Your Poem
"A Farm's Serenity" takes us all to the fields of a farmer harvesting
the seasons of life....
Peace, Love & Poetry
Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce
I've often love to live in a farm. It's my view as an ideal life to be living in a farm, having some farm animals. I don't now why I like that, I guess each of us have our own view of an ideal lifestyle, and mine is in a farm.

My first children's story, "Best Friends" was written with a farm as the background for the story.

Nice poem Fee!!!

Sandie Angel :o)

P.S. Please read my latest poem, I'm coming to your Halloween party too!!!... :o)
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
My farm-gal nostalgia rises up to meet you here, Darlin Pops! :)) A farm upbringing is synonomous with a sense of well-being, peppered with toil and struggle. But always bonding with earth, man and beast. Jaime Lee looks just the picture sitting up there and I can feel all the tractor bits through her somehow... just the smell of the axle grease does me in!! :)) xxxx Some very concrete images to grab hold of in this piece, too, which brings it all home and keeps it so very down-to-earth. xx
Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow
I did not grow up on a farm but I did grow up rural.. I'd not trade it for the world..) Great poem!

Reviewed by Kathleen McDonald
I can remember playing on granddads farm and lovning it so much couldnt wait to go back. thanks Fee for bringing back some good memories. Great write and a very cute Granddaughter.
Kathy Lynn
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Oh this is lovely writing sweet Fee,your granddaughter is so beautiful..well done indeed..have a wonderful and safe day...Hugsss
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
I didn't know that in Nova Scotia child labor was legal! ! !


PS: you lying Canuck trying to make us believe you are younger, that's not your grandaughter but your greatgreatgranddaughter! ! !

Reviewed by Felix Perry
Oh yes forgot to mention that little darlin sitting up on the tractor is my oldest granddaughter (almost five) Jaime Lee, her and I had taken a road trip together up to a farm to do a corn maze and pick a pumpkin from the field.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
I, too, was a city boy, and I, too, always loved our trips out to quaint old family and friend farms. I never wanted to go home; and your poem brings me some wonderful childhood memories.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
Beautiful and serene write. I love the photo, too!
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
i can seeit, taste it, feel it and smell it--all the senses of the farm with a fair bit of nostagia as well-lovely!
Reviewed by larry linville
I was raised on the farm. You've just helped me have some pleasant memories.
Reviewed by Sherry Heim
We had the family farms when I was a kid,too. Dairy Goats at ours, apples, peaches, nectarines and pears at my great aunts and table grapes at my cousins house. Lots to do at harvest time, though our farm was all year for milk, goat cheeses and eggs. We also had a large vegetable garden that went year around (So. California) and lots of fruit and nut trees. Life was busy, but it was also a lot simpler, then. Those are very fond memories for me. Thank you for sharing your memoies to jog my own.
Take care,
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
What beautiful memories and an Angel sitting on the tractor, give JLee a kiss for me. Thank you for sharing Felix.

Love ya face Cuz XOXOXO, Rose
Reviewed by Sara Coslett
Beautiful memory Felix. You've lived a hard, but good life. I can tell by this poem, you appreciate what you have. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Delightful write, Farmer Fee; well done! Love the piccy!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
I know! There is something about a farm,,,,I love falling asleep to the moos of the might me a city boy,, but you got those country genes within! Another delight Fee
Love, Christine
Reviewed by Michelle Mead
And this is why i love the country and expresses my ideal way to live- thanks for this peaceful view, takes the reader away.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Sounds nice, lived at the shore all my life, never tried farm life, probably never will...but it sounds an idealic existence, through hard work & love of family...Ed
Reviewed by Bonnie May
Oh Fee I was sitting there going back in time sitting on my great uncles porch with family and all those kids. It was a beautiful memory for you and you brought back to life all mine. True talent of a poet when he can make you feel the crispness in the wind and feel the joy of just being there. Tantastic writes. Love and hugs, Bonnie
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