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Funeral Cowboy Poems

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

How His Grandparents Met, Part III
...Harold was gob-smacked by all that he heard,
he struggle hard to find something to say,
his grandfather smirked, and then clear his throat,
“Now your grandma I...

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Categories: cowboy, anger, betrayal, dark, death,

Premium Member Use to Be
Use to Be

My best friend... 
I would bring things to you. 
You needed or wanted. 
I would talk to you for hours, 
about whatever you...

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Categories: cowboy, faith, farewell, forgiveness, freedom,

Premium Member Loss

How can I express, 
something that can not be written down, 
unless you can grasp lightening, 
harness thunder, shush a whisper…
or ask your self if...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cowboy, chocolate, christian, death, forgiveness,

Premium Member Boxes of Hope
Boxes of Hope

In the attic there is tensile. 
Bright and lovely, reflective pieces
of fluff to begin the journey. 

One, two, three,
a dozen cardboard containers. 

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cowboy, appreciation, cancer, confusion, death,

Premium Member California Cold
California Cold 

Rented cars…
every month the cost?
Bread and milk.
To go get my kids. 
I had to. 
My own car was bad, 
unreliable, and dangerous....

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cowboy, anti bullying, conflict, divorce,

Premium Member Grandma

My hands hesitate here… hovering over the keyboard…
Numb, hard to make do as I ask…
This should be happy, 
but I am…

I miss her. 

She smoked...

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Categories: cowboy, beautiful, celebration, funeral, grandchild,

The Shape-Shifting Cowboy, Part II
“You've probably figured it out by now,
I am not really a human being,
my home is three whole galaxies away,
and the form that you now are...

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Categories: cowboy, earth, freedom, journey, love,

When I Die
When I die turn me into ash
Set me on a bar room table
Order me up a Lone Star beer
Pour me a shot of Black Label


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Categories: cowboy, death,

Boot Hill
Boot Hill is filled with remorse
From folks who could not stay the course
But a lot could be worse
Than a ride in an hearse
For a cowboy...

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Categories: cowboy, culture, death, endurance, funeral,

I'll Settle Down Some Day, Part II
...But his lust for life remained unfulfilled,
’till one day he ran into One-Eyed Bill,
Leader of a group of rough-hewn men,
Grant decided to throw in with...

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Categories: cowboy, addiction, celebration, death, loss,

Red Coburn's Return, Part I
Elden Hewett smiled at the sight
of Gretta Coburn moving his way,
she had worked here at his saloon,
ever since that dark, tragic day.

He pinched her as...

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Categories: cowboy, adventure, conflict, husband, lost

The Legend of Screamin' Bill Wilcox
Screamin’ Bill Wilcox was quite a man,
Carved from a block of stone
With a face of leather, deeply tanned
And a voice you could hear in Rome.


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Categories: cowboy, adventure, death of a

Premium Member Cowboy
Can you see his steel blue eyes?
measuring you up for size
Gun placed low around his hips
A cigar hangs from his lips

He moves slow and yet...

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Categories: cowboy, dark, death, funeral, boy,


You know, we could......... 
we could laugh every day the way we promised we would
you know, we could, 
if we chose...

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Categories: computer-internet, cowboy-western, death, dedication,

The art Of Spring
Bright blue skies on a spring day
Fulfills my horizon
Blue birds and robins pass me by

Mountain, trees, and animals
Priase God Abroad
The frsh air bring forth calmness

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Categories: cowboy, animals, art, black african