Weldon Davis

Silver Star - 3,969 Points (8-16-80 / Fayetteville NC USA)

Country Girl - Poem by Weldon Davis

Country girl
Big smile
Big chest
Chicken and dumplings
Cooked best
Holler'n out the screen door
Round suppertime
Luckiest man on
God's green earth
She's mine

Bible study
Say'n something
When we gonna
Have more youngans?

When she's a ho'n
It's in the garden
Sun dress
Beg ya pardon
Mercy me
Sweet tea
Put that gal
Up on my knee

Front porch
Porch swing
Lil thing

Nobody has
Nobody could
Love me better
She'd work
Hard as me
If I let her

She's down to earth
Got initiative
Got what it takes
To live off the land
Without a man
If she had to

Hank Williams Jr
Would be proud
Country girl can survive
I know this to be true
All across the land
There are country girls
Waiting to
A country man
Such as myself

Topic(s) of this poem: country, love and friendship, relationship

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem is dedicated to the self reliant, beautiful, strong women from the country

Comments about Country Girl by Weldon Davis

  • Darwin Henry Beuning (4/13/2016 6:52:00 AM)

    Weldon, nice poem. Brought back memories of growing up on a Minnesota farm, and my mother and her friends trying to be Match maker's. But, I ended up going to Nam and got my Dear John. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 12, 2016

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