Posted by: an acre of oklahoma | April 1, 2007

Little Town

Little Town

I like to live in a little town

Where the trees meet across the street,

Where you wave your hand and say “Hello!”

To everyone you meet.

I like to stand for a moment

Outside the grocery store

And listen to the friendly talk of

The folks that live next door.

For life is interwoven

With the friends we learn to know,

And we hear their joys and sorrows

As we daily come and go.

So I like to live in a little town,

I care no more to roam.

For every house in a little town

Is more than a house-it’s home.

Published in Kitchen Klatter Magazine July 1958

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