Monthly Archives: May 2009

Mutton

At stringin’ fence I’ve done my share, I’ve chased down cows and branded some, At doin’ hard work, I’ll claim I’m fair, But at throwin’ rope, there ain’t no hope. I’ve missed my target all but once While helpin’ Daniel … Continue reading

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A Cowboy and his Bike

A cowboy pard’ner of mine, Gave up his hoss for a bike, When he moved to the city so fine ‘Cause his hoss, the city didn’t like. The first day that he was there, He was thrown in the city … Continue reading

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A Tree for Camp

It was Christmas Eve, snow coming down The Army was halted on frozen ground. Soldiers on half-ration, coffee, hard tack. Supplies were short, such an awful fact. Lieutenant commands some season cheer, Men wishing for barreled buttered beer. Alas, he … Continue reading

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Jus like Grandpa

There is one thing in my life for which I have been strivin’. It’s somethin’ I’ve wanted since I was jus’ a little kid. When I die, I wanna go in my sleep like my Grandpa did, Not screamin’ like … Continue reading

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A Time

I do not understand this metaphor That crashes and smashes and thrashes Through my waking daydreams. I see him plain as a cloudless day, The bronco buster cowboy man With kack and tack and on hoss back, Rolling with Hell-bound … Continue reading

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Does Harry need Mental Health Help?

Senator Harry “Pinky” Reid has been in the headlines of Nevada the last couple of days. A recent statewide poll shows he would be defeated if elections were held today and if someone with solid name recognition came up against … Continue reading

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Empty Space

There’s nothing to compare sittin’ In the remote manless place Where God is your only company And wind fills the empty space. Lookin’down a mile into valley, You see what life can turn to. Imagination pictures younger time, And you … Continue reading

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