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Cattle Cowboy Poems

These Cattle Cowboy poems are examples of Cowboy poems about Cattle. These are the best examples of Cowboy Cattle poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Greener on the Other Side of the Fence

He wears thick gloves when he strings the barbed wire,
fashioning a thorny fence from prickly metal spines,
reminding me that cattle like to know the boundaries,
the...

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Categories: cowboy, animal, appreciation, endurance, green,



The Heroes of Buzzard's Bend, Part II
...But Mains just shrugged, then said, “Let’s go.”
offered the wrists to his bandittos.
Two of them led the man away,
Diaz fumed more watching him go.

Denied the...

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Categories: cowboy, corruption, god, hero, history,

Dreaming Again
From the old rockin’ chair
came the sound of his snores
that rattled the windows
and vibrated the doors

She looked o’er her glasses
but kept counting her stitch
as she...

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Categories: cowboy, poetry,

Fancy Folk
I was at this here shindig just the other night
was all duded up and was feeling all right
When this fancy fella saunters over my way
it...

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Categories: cowboy, humor, poetry,

Where the Cowboys Live
There’s only so many ways I can write a song
about a cowboy riding his horse cross the range
Are there any new words I can use...

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Categories: cowboy, poems, poetry,



After the Storm
That storm had my heart beating
as I rode herd through the night
All that rumbling of thunder
and savage flashes of light

The darkness felt uneasy
as drenching rain...

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Categories: cowboy, poems, poetry,

Living the Cowboy Ways
It was pretty late in September
and I was over the Billings way
I was riding fence for Freddie White
on the west end of the Rockin Bar...

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Categories: cowboy, poems, poetry,

The Cattle Don'T Care
Cowboys don't know ‘bout pentameter beat
when their crooning to the cattle at night
As long as the rhythm is soft and slow
makes no difference if it's...

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Categories: cowboy, poems, poetry,

Sunday
I rise up early to breathe the crisp clean air
of winds blowing 'cross the grass wondrous and fair

Across the valley the mountains rise up high
jagged...

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Categories: cowboy, poems, poetry,

Campfire Nights
By the time the sun's faded o’er the prairie
well I’m just about as tired as tired can be
My horse has been fed and all the...

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Categories: cowboy, poems, poetry,

A Wannabe Cowboy
Well, I’ve lived in this Montana country
guess it's been pert near fourteen years 
I call myself a cowboy though I ain't
punched no cows or branded...

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Categories: cowboy, humor, life, poems, poetry,

Ridin' Drag
When your ride’n drag through the swelterin’ heat,
and you've bout had all the dust one-man can eat.
When the sweat’s running down from collar to boot,
just...

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Categories: cowboy, poems, poetry,

The Tragedy of Reginald King, Part Vii
VII.
It was one year, minus a day,
when Reg ventured back to her home,
he’d gotten work running cattle,
all over Nevada did roam.

But the whole time he...

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Categories: cowboy, history, lost, love, myth,

The Tragedy of Reginald King, Part Ii
II.
Now Reg was good at pressing flesh,
always had a gift for the gab,
in twenty minutes the locals
treated him like the best friend they had.

He bought...

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Categories: cowboy, history, lost, love, myth,

Demon 'Punchers, Part I
I.
The letter had come in Nevada’s north,
when Sol had been enjoying a blonde whore,
only to see it slip under the door,
he finished with her, but...

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Categories: cowboy, conflict, corruption, evil, god,


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