Another Day In Vermont

March 12, 2010
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The lune bird chirps from the pine trees
And the sweet scent of hay covers the ground
Early morning light covers
Green bail buckets full of warm sloshy milk
Rubber boots against the pavement
Into the pallar
Miost and silent
Chains around the cow's necks clank
Water from the pipes trips on his hat
Into the cow barn
Dim and hot from the breath
White bottles get filled to the brim
Blue buckets set out in front of the wooden pens
Crowded together
Putting the red lids on
The calfs tugg and pull as hard as they can for breakfast
Dusty, webbs, and chips sprawled out on the ground
White cats on the steps
Cloudy water runs into the stone drains
The buzzing rattles the lights that hang
Tractors and wagons pulling along into the fields
Across the old bridge into the pasture
Another day in Vermont

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russianreader said...
Oct. 23, 2010 at 4:29 pm
I'm from Vermont too. This is a very accuate discription of this beautiful place! Good job!!!
Snowy replied...
Oct. 28, 2010 at 4:16 pm
Thanks you! And I agree very much so, I love it here.
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