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Unfortunate Cowboy



Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/Unfortunate_Cowboy
Country: United States
Favorite book: The Grapes of Wrath
Member Since: Jun 2, 2011

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Unfortunate_Cowboy

Panhandle Tragedy

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jul 25, 2011
Justice ain't always the way we planned.
Tags:short, ballad, saloon, western, outlaw, drifter

Writing Portfolio

Quiet Now, O Mojave

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Oct 30, 2011
Sh...the things I love are sleeping.

Camille and Prince

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Oct 23, 2011
The crazy girl and the '68 Plymouth Fury. Dedicated to...

Sophocles, Partner

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Oct 16, 2011
A word of wisdom and anadiplosis, inspired by the famous...

The Tuscon Man

Short Story by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Oct 12, 2011
An old Westerner spins a tale. Who cares if it's true or...

Square-Toed Love

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Oct 10, 2011
Sometimes, it's enough and more.

Of Spurs and Such

Short Story by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Oct 10, 2011
Jackson might be the last of his siblings, but that...

Friday 5-Card

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jul 30, 2011
A time to bond and have fun.

Bales

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jul 26, 2011
The big, grassy roundels put my soul at ease.

Heartfelt Complaints

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jul 26, 2011
A short, awkward, but honest list of grievances.

The Prayer of a Prairie Wrangler

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jul 25, 2011
A quick, awkward request of the Lord.

Buffalo Grass

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jul 25, 2011
Maybe it is greener...

What Makes It A Western?

Essay by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jul 25, 2011
In case you where wondering, there are three specific...

Panhandle Tragedy

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jul 25, 2011
Justice ain't always the way we planned.

Hats Off to Hats

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jun 2, 2011
I just see hats everywhere, and, well, I thought I would...

Hot Donuts and Montana Mountains

Poem by Unfortunate Cowboy
Posted: Jun 2, 2011
Count your blessings, love your life, do what makes you...



I'm a horse-man, a lover, and a bit of a dreamer. I write because it makes me happy, and there ain't nothing better than being happy.

The lines in my poetry are simply to denote a new stanza, as Booksie is generally a poor formatter of poetry, but is a fantastic community of writers.

 

"Sit tall in the saddle, Hold your head up high 
Keep your eyes fixed where the trail meets the sky
And live like you ain't afraid to die
And don't be scared, just enjoy your ride"
-Chris LeDoux

 

 

 

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