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Ranchers Poems - Poems about Ranchers

Ranchers Poems - Examples of all types of poems about ranchers to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for ranchers.
Premium Member Ten Thousand
...10,000 The cows are all dead. They died in the heat, or so they said. I feel sorry for the cows, but more sorry for the farmers, the ranchers, the processors, the packers, the truc......Read More
Categories: ranchers, america, cancer, chocolate, christian,
Form: Free verse

The Sherriff's First Day, Part II
......They were quite faint, most would not have seen them, just a pattern in how the grass did bend, from their looks the cowboys seemed unaware, Connolly decided to move with care. He knew not w......Read More
Categories: ranchers, conflict, emotions, father, history,
Form: Cowboy Poetry
The Evil Twin, Part I
...I. It was in the frontier town of Simmons, in the year eighteen hundred ninety-one, that two twin brothers, the Malcomson twins, bought themselves a ranch that they hoped to run. They were ide......Read More
Categories: ranchers, brother, corruption, drink, family,
Form: Cowboy Poetry
Premium Member A funny thing happened on the way to my hanging THE CONCLUSION
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Categories: ranchers, america, brother, horse,
Form: Rhyme
Categories: ranchers, adventure, appreciation, business, music,
Form: Ballad

The Shape-Shifting Cowboy, Part I
...Jenna lived in rural Wyoming lands, where grass rolled over small ridges and buttes, a small town way out in the cow country, where the ranchers still throw lassos in loops. She was driving out......Read More
Categories: ranchers, earth, freedom, journey, love,
Form: Cowboy Poetry
Frontier days
...Fort Worth to El Paso, a long stretch of tracks Deputies securing Wells Fargo money sacks, With reins in hand, stagecoach en route Jessie’s gang kicks dust, chasing the loot. Oil lamps hanging ......Read More
Categories: ranchers, imagery, , western,
Form: Rhyme
He Was Going Somewhere, Part II
......Oliver had saved up the cash to buy into his employer’s franchise, bought his own store, aggressively courted every rancher in the countryside. Soon enough the cash flow was well in the blac......Read More
Categories: ranchers, addiction, brother, life, meaningful,
Form: Narrative
He Was Going Somewhere, Part I
...Jack and Oliver were identical twins, born way out there in Nebraska’s Sand Hills, from the beginning everybody said Jack was possessed of a remarkable will. They said his small town would not ......Read More
Categories: ranchers, addiction, brother, life, meaningful,
Form: Narrative
Candy Castle
...A candy castle so tasty and sweet made out of the most delectable treats. Peppermint domes that swirl red and white, glisten and shine in the the glorious light. Licorice steeples, to the sky......Read More
Categories: ranchers, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
The Brothers Culver, Part II
...Later Ethan roasted a great haunch, enough for their breakfast, dinner, and lunch. They sat outside by the great fire’s glow, while a red sunset over sharp peaks roamed. Ethan watched his broth......Read More
Categories: ranchers, brother, destiny, family, freedom,
Form: Cowboy Poetry
SUGAR BUZZ wondered in with a Cheshire grin eyes made for sin I'm all in ready for the trip next hit or miss the spike of lightening's strike not once but twice blinded by the flashes ......Read More
Categories: ranchers, blue, candy, chocolate, color,
Form: Free verse
Showdown at Heller Ranch
...Don Heller owned an impressive spread, Not that far from Lindholme town, Below the tall peaks of Idaho, Down the road from Ed McGowan. Ed McGowan owned half the ville, And had two-dozen hanger......Read More
Categories: ranchers, adventure, confusion, hero, smart,
Form: Cowboy Poetry
Premium Member My Rally I Tally
...Crossbones and arches Need cats and axes In a governmental brass taxes I circumcised the heads state of those Who pick up the pieces off the sofas spanning too much for their sodas Bicarbonate......Read More
Categories: ranchers, allusion, betrayal, blessing, celebration,
Form: Free verse
Modern Trees
...While flying over the lush patchwork fields Crops growing to feed mankind with their yields Neatly lined with trees for a bit of shade Their patterns by ranchers and farmers laid. ‘Twas harder ......Read More
Categories: ranchers, nature, tree,
Form: Sonnet

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