The Farm Girl - Poem by Francis Duggan
With shoulder length brown hair she is close to her prime
And beauty such as she has does inspire bards to rhyme
A twenty one year old not lacking in charm
She lives and works with her mum and dad on the farm.
So healthy looking from life in the clean country air
Laughter to her comes easily she hasn't a care
At peace with the World of Nature's ways more than most she know
And for Nature's wild creatures respect she does show.
Content in her surroundings and content in her life
For some lucky bloke she will make a good wife
That is if she marry or what she decide
For good young men are scarce now in the Countryside.
The farm girl is lovely and young and carefree
And I've known not many as pretty as she
A woman unaffected by conceit or guile
With warmth in her hello and sunshine in her smile.
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