Cowboy Of Troy

Poem By Macy (Nina) Dvirnak

There once was a man from Troy,
Who claimed to be a cowboy.
He saddled up for a ride as his horse stood by.
Said his boss, 'What about your hoss? ',
Twas his reply- 'I told you, I'm a COW boy.

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