Us Country Folk - Poem by Stormy Haney
Townies say that country folk have a little backward thoughts.
And cannot understand the lure of it these green and pleasant sorts.
They think that we all dress in tweed and all own cows and sheep.
Discuss the days of weather and the size of our dung heaps.
its true we do.
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