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Rancher Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
The Shape-Shifting Cowboy, Part IV David Welch Cowboy Cowboy rancher, earth, freedom, journey, love,
Premium Member Poem First Day on the Job David McHattie Rhyme Rhyme rancher, funny, humor, humorous,
He Was Going Somewhere, Part II David Welch Narrative Narrative rancher, addiction, brother, life, meaningful,
You Need A Good Saddle M. L. Kiser Tritina Tritina rancher, confidence, courage, fantasy, horse,
How Sweet It Is Jo Daniel Rhyme Rhyme rancher, childhood, games, memory,
Premium Member Poem How Sweet It Is Connie Marcum Wong Narrative Narrative rancher, candy,
Premium Member Poem How Sweet It Is Andrea Dietrich Sonnet Sonnet rancher, proposal,
How Sweet It Is Byron Kaya Free verse Free verse rancher, candy, fun, humor,
Premium Member Poem HOW SWEET IT IS JAN ALLISON Narrative Narrative rancher, fun,
How Sweet It Is - The Love Life of Candy Mike Gentile Rhyme Rhyme rancher, humorous, love,
How Sweet It Is Subimal Sinha-Roy Free verse Free verse rancher, candy, childhood, memory,
Premium Member Poem How Sweet It Is Wren Rushing Rhyme Rhyme rancher, friendship,
Premium Member Poem How Sweet It Is charles messina Rhyme Rhyme rancher, humorous,
Premium Member Poem How Sweet It Is Curtis Moorman Free verse Free verse rancher, addiction, beauty, candy, children,
Premium Member Poem How Sweet It Is Sandra Haight Iambic Pentameter Iambic Pentameter rancher, future, humorous, space, voyage,
How Sweet It Is Contest Michael Robinson Rhyme Rhyme rancher, candy, chocolate,
How Sweet it is Timothy McGuire Prose Prose rancher, car,
Tale Of A Horse Wayne Wysocki Ballad Ballad rancher, funny, horse, humorous,
The Brothers Culver, Part I David Welch Cowboy Cowboy rancher, brother, destiny, family, freedom,
Romeo Norman Crocker Haiku Haiku rancher, anxiety, beauty, cancer, family,
The Great Suburban Cowboy David Welch Cowboy Cowboy rancher, appreciation, confidence, engagement, how
Wild Flowers KDawn Friel Narrative Narrative rancher, beautiful, nature,
No Place Left To Roam David Welch Rhyme Rhyme rancher, conflict, freedom, heartbreak, loss,
Premium Member Poem Farmer Cowboy James Edward Lee Sr. Cowboy Cowboy rancher, analogy, appreciation, character, symbolism,
The Jolly Rancher cheryl hoffman Light Verse Light Verse rancher, candy, humor,
Premium Member Poem Jolly Rancher James Edward Lee Sr. Haiku Haiku rancher, candy, color, kids,
Premium Member Poem Beary Tales Episodes 15-24, More Poet's Notes Brian Johnston Quatrain Quatrain rancher, adventure, beauty, friendship, innocence,
The Outlaw's Angel, Part II David Welch Cowboy Cowboy rancher, adventure, conflict, history, love,
The Scarlet Hussy, Part I David Welch Cowboy Cowboy rancher, abuse, adventure, evil, hero,
Premium Member Poem Ronnies Sex Shop Franklin Price Couplet Couplet rancher, africa, appreciation, life, memory,
Drunk on my Tractor Bic Gi-Sa Rhyme Rhyme rancher, farm, funny, humor, life,
Old Cowboy Boots Karen Ann Gagnon Free verse Free verse rancher, farm,
Premium Member Poem Prairie Fire Tom Wright Lyric Lyric rancher, fire,
Just A Farmer 1 Joan Donnelly Ellis Lyric Lyric rancher, deep, song,
Like Stealing Candy Chrissy .E. Free verse Free verse rancher, candy, desire, for her,
Rancher to Spacer Edward Johannes Clerihew Clerihew rancher, celebrity, space,
Hers To Stay Gabriel Magno Verse Verse rancher, fishing, heartbreak,
vegan taxidermy nathan martin Blank verse Blank verse rancher, allegory, perspective,
Bedford Jeff Bresee Prose Poetry Prose Poetry rancher, childhood, children, family, grandparents,
You, Me, and Candy Juliet Ligon Rhyme Rhyme rancher, candy, fantasy, for him,
Ride From A Stranger Susan Clark Free verse Free verse rancher, dream,
Horse Deal Lucilla Carrillo Free verse Free verse rancher, funny,
Jolly Rancher Pass Aunika Alch Free verse Free verse rancher, imagination,
RAMROD'S FORGET-ME-NOTS Paula Larson Monorhyme Monorhyme rancher, bullying, car,
Arousal comes DON JOHNSON Rhyme Rhyme rancher, adventure,
Premium Member Poem Suits And Ties Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme rancher, funny,
Premium Member Poem From Noonlight to Moonlight Joe Maverick Rhyme Rhyme rancher, cowboy-western,
Candy Land ashley gauthier Blank verse Blank verse rancher, childhood, sweet, candy, red,
Premium Member Poem Buster Joyce Johnson Narrative Narrative rancher, cowboy-westernhorse, sorry, time,
Premium Member Poem A Cowboy's Life Joyce Johnson Ballad Ballad rancher, adventure, cowboy-western, lost love,

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Rancher Poem Example

Drunk on my Tractor

I get up early, a rancher with chores
Hay grows in fields, animals shuffle, roars
Dawn breaks its steel grey grip on my land
And I, well, I have a clear bottle clutched in hand
The first swipe, the one that burns the most
Clears the head, lifts the fog, begins my dose
Work ahead, hours on the grind
A key in my hand, the tractor is mine
Muddy boots climb my *** to my seat
Prepared I am, for this summer heat
A seperate, full bottle in pocket, the engine is turned
Key to the right, another throat tickle burned
Through the gate on into field I find my day anew
View as of now, not quite so askew
The rows start straight, a farmers simple task
They soon grow crooked, I can't find my flask
Fuel runs low, a hassle to refill
Inebriated I find it easy to spill
Unwiser still, I light up a smoke
Finding my way, to field with a toke
Stoned and drunk I arrive at my field
I'll try it again, a little more even keeled
A drunken chuckle to nobody in sight
What a great poem, another forgotten to write
A vision of an old boss, his hatred of me
I laugh, again, to no person I see
He works all day at his nine to five
And I'm drunk on my tractor, happy alive


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