Kristie Renee Leidenbor

Rookie (12-19-93 / Harrison)

The Country Harrison - Poem by Kristie Renee Leidenbor

dirt roads, big fields, farm houses
cowboy boots, cowgirl hats
dust rolls acrossed the fields

My town my be itty bitty
But way more crunk than
your big city

old mud trucks, cows in fields
hay all over here
gravel roads, country folks
we stay crunk
for the most

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2008

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