Fun In The Barn
© By Grady L. Duncan 
2/27/01
Away from the house,
And up on a rise,
Existed a wonderful world,
Seen through children's eyes.
A make-believe world,
Full of exciting things,
That playing in a barn,
To my memory brings.
The smell of the harvest,
Freshly, stored away,
The sound of the animals,
and the children at play.
The crowing of a rooster,
and lowing of a cow,
Are the sounds that I love.
I can still hear them now.
The best part I recall,
Was a loft full of hay,
Which we would arrange,
In many different ways,
Creating long dark tunnels,
And cozy little dens,
Playing for hours and hours,
With cousins and friends.
Royal Castles and Kingdoms,
Warriors and Gallant Knights,
Collided in great battles,
Known as corn-cob fights.
Although thought bloody,
No harm was ever done.
We never got serious.
We were just having fun.
The battles were fierce,
but nothing to dread,
Trying never to hit,
your opponent in the head.
We soon would quit,
When ammo run low,
'Cuz cobs were used,
For other things, you know !
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