A Good Ol’ Southern Post

‘Kay, all y’ subscribers! It’s time for a good ol’ Southern post! As y’all probably know, since I live in Al’bama, I c’n talk (and type) Southern-like when I want to, but I’m usually corrected whenever I do. I love the way all the Southern people talk. I’m here to share a few poems and facts ’bout Dixieland.

1. My state, ‘Bama, was in the Confederate Union of States from January 11, 1861 ’til June 25, 1868.

2. I’ve lived in Dixieland since I was three. I hardly remember living in any other place. Bama’s my favorite state, but I do like some others as well, including North Carolina (I got t’go there once and it was fantastic! I’ve got to go back soon!), Georgia, and ol’ Kentuk’. There are many states I’d love to visit, but I have not been able to yet.

3. Here’s a poem I wrote ’bout the Heart of Dixie:
I’ve got a place in my heart for the Heart of Dixie
It pumps Southern blood through my veins
There’s no place quite like the Heart of Dixie
Island, mountain, or main

I was born in another place
Of palm trees, dunes, and sands
But pretty Dixie is where I was raised
And my home’s in Dixieland

Do y’ like it?

4. Alabama’s motto is, in Latin, “Andumus jura nostra defendere”, which means “We dare defend our rights.” Seems to describe us Alabamians very well.

5. I said before that I like Georgia as well. As y’all know, my cat’s named Georgia. Here is a poem that I wrote ’bout Georgia:
Georgia, a place often in my mind
Georgia, a place of trees and countryside

Georgia, a place of dreams come true
Georgia, a place of skies so blue

Georgia, a place special to me
Georgia, you make me so happy

6. ‘Nother Alabama poem I wrote:
With rolling hills and fertile dales
Tall oaks and swinging pines
With cliffs of red Alabama clay
And clouds across the blue skies

With green grass and brick churches
With warm, brightย  summer days
Wherever I go in the US of A
Alabama is where I’ll stay


I hope y’ enjoyed this!



Faith Williams
I am a eighteen-year-old girl who loves to write, especially fiction. I write many stories and poems. I usually have a moral or lesson behind my writings, for I hope these stories and poems, which Yehovah (God) helped me to write, will glorify Him as I share them on this blog. Welcome to my blog and I hope you enjoy your stay!


    1. I was born in Florida, but a hardly remember there. I moved here when I was three. I am glad you like my post!

  1. I enjoyed this post, I liked all of the poems you included! ๐Ÿ˜‰ That’s neat you were born in FL, so was I until we moved to Kentucky when I was 5, we moved to Idaho about 4 years ago. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. Cool! That is so neat that we were both born in Florida! I like Kentucky and Idaho.(: I am glad you liked my post!

      1. Hey, Elizabeth! I am glad to see that you are talking to Olivia! You are my first subscriber to talk to another subscriber!

  2. Faith! Thanks for sharing your southern accent with us and the collection of poems from places you’ve either lived or enjoy!
    Keep writing! ๐Ÿ™‚

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