Poetry by Tammy C. Smith

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Poetry by Tammy C. Smith
Table of Contents

EXIST
FACES
GET TO THE POINT
GRASSHOPPER AND I
HIDDEN BLUE’S
KEEPER OF THE BROKEN PEOPLE
MAN’S BEST FRIEND
MARY
Mirror Mirror
NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP
PAINT
QUIET
RED STAINS
REMEMBER
REPRIEVE
SPILL THE INK
THEN SILENCE
TODAY I SAW A BUTTERFLY
TURN AWAY
when Me was made
WITHIN
YEARS OF THREE

About the Author:

Tammy C. Smith is a life long resident of North Alabama.

She has been a committed vegan since December 2002.

Tammy felt her calling to love and care for all creatures at a very young age. Growing up in the “sticks” she’s just a country girl and has raised orphaned animals of all types including a ground hog (whistle pig) named Jerri Lou! Tammy does not discriminate; ALL of God’s creatures are always welcomed into her home. She continues to welcome any creature needing help, those she discovers herself and those other people find and deliver to her. That’s rock bottom, folks. When you take in NOT only who you find, but who others find and bring to you as well!!

Tammy has very deep convictions that God loves her and all of her animals. She truly believes all creatures do belong to God and all will return to God.

Tammy only recently began writing poetry after she was called to do so. She tried unsuccessfully to ignore the urge but God refused! She had never written before but God decided it was time - and her pen has not stopped.

Tammy gets her inspiration to write from the smallest things (butterflies) to the most magnificent (God’s love and compassion). Everything in God’s creation is fair game, as all created by Him are magical to her.

Tammy’s greatest hope is that all creatures of this earth will find respect and peace. She prays her poetry will touch hearts and, if only for one moment, will make people stop and reflect.

Her favorite poem is “QUIET”. Written for her Daddy as a Christmas gift; it really encompasses her love and respect for her Father.


A hundred years from now it will not matter the sort of house I lived in, what my bank account was, or the car I drove.....but the world may be different, because I was important in the life of the animals and creatures of this earth. ~Author Unknown