Here’s my last post of Cowboy Poetry week. If you would like to purchase one of my poem books email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I haven’t gotten my book page up yet. Have been working on my house, horse and spending time with Mother.
Thanks for viewing.
After an afternoon with two very sparp ladies I still made the 6th day of Cowboy Poetry Week.
Here’s my day 5 contribution to Cowboy Poetry Week. I sure miss riding the hills of the North Dakota Badlands. I much enjoyed our stint in the rough country on Trout Creek out of Ashwood Oregon but it was very hard on horses and fencing was a bear.
The poem describes a hillside in North Dakota but the picture is on a much higher hill in Oregon.
Day four of Cowboy Poetry week and I’m still on time two days in a row. I got a little work done on my floor last night and started cleaning out Mom’s flower bed today.
Hey, this catches me up to today, the third day of Cowboy Poetry Week.
Here’s my poem for Easter Monday. I’m only running a day late this time. We’re having a nice rain in North Central Washington this morning. Hope things are going your way. God Bless
This post is quarterly this time instead of weekly but wanted to tell all who dropped by that I’m still alive and well. I’d like to post my poem “Roundup In The Sky” which is also the name of my second poembook. Will try to post one poem each day of this cowboy poetry week. God Bless