Catfish on a Hot Tin Roof (ballad of a bottom-feeder)

Through the middle of a cornfield with its ripe and golden grain, ‘round a waist-high prairie meadow wound a pot-hole riddled lane. It was there a shallow puddle where a sign read, “Zoned – No wake,” (named with hopeful aspirations)was the pond called Mammoth Lake. More

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Words: 850
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458150387
About Beth LaBuff

Before moving to the high desert of northeastern Arizona, Beth LaBuff was born, raised, and for many years, lived in rural Iowa. She enjoys writing narrative light verse with many of her poems having that rural flavor. Each poem is perfect for family reading and many give a nod to a Bible phrase or event.

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