Cows are my passion. -Charles Dickens
There is something beautiful about dairy cows in the early morning - the brisk air, the grass wet with dew, and the udders, swollen to bursting with sweet, fresh milk. These bountiful udders are just one of the many memorable and - in their own way - lovely things about living on a dairy farm in Oklahoma, and just part of the stunning tableau created in Paula Sisks collection of verses, Rhyme From the Field and Farm.
Whether it is a chronicle of a famous cowgirl or a simple description of the birds of the air and the beasts of the field, Paula's humor, affection, and spirituality come through in every word of her 137 poems. Written in her charming Northeastern Oklahoma dialect, this engaging book is food for a short or long read. When you have laughed your way through the last poem, you will know what it truly means to be a farmer's wife. Download and start listening now!