Wagon stories, books, poems, and more

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The Booksie Classic House

The huckster is a curious breed, they will often sell things that will end up detrimental to themselves and others. --- But Hay, it is a way to make a buck. Besides, we will worry about tomorrow when the time comes. Read More

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The Poems House

A funeral on a hillside is the subject of the writer. Read More
a poem about gerbils on a red wagon Read More

Tags: red, wagon, gerbil

The story, The Soiled Fabric of Our Twisted Spirits, continues. Read More

Tags: life, man, friend, woman, wagon

The story, The Soiled Fabric of Our Twisted Spirits, continues. Read More

Tags: life, man, work, friend, woman, wagon

When John, a conman, stumbles into a quiet little town in hopes of selling his swindle, he all too quickly finds himself in a land where logic has no place and much rather nonsense is much more important than its opposite. For this is the land of Streel and as… Read More
I started this story three years ago and decided to continue and post it. A woman from the West in the 1800's, long dead, appears in the life of two very depressed teenagers. Her love's life depends on her ability to cure the two teens. Can she do it, or… Read More

Tags: western, wagon, mule

Life on the Oregon Trail was hard, here is some poetry based on it. Read More
The Man's vision becomes a reality. Read More
Some things as simple as a wooden wagon could symbolize something special without us knowing. Tell me if you agree with the meaning I found for a simple wagon. Read More
The day for moving on and 'Leaving Hudson' behind, had arrived. A warm and nostalgic fictionalized memory. Enjoy! Read More
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