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Cowboys Pride
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Cowboys Pride

Poem By Jean Bell

From rodeo's to trail rides
Is a cowboy's pride.
Silowette's along the road
A cowboys desire is told

Horse's have a flair
That doesn't compare.
With championship style
Seen in every smile.

Mounting with ease,
In a soft spoken breeze
Now night time is near
The day having been so dear.

As we begin to tire
Enjoying a crackling fire.

Bedding down for the night.
Wonders of the next day's sights
Looking at the moon,
Knowing we will be home soon.

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I always had a liking for cowboys and the great outdoors, riding a horse and just enjoying all the things the LORD has blessed us with. Wonderful write, thanks for sharing. Rosemary