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Ranchers Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
The Shape-Shifting Cowboy, Part I David Welch Cowboy Cowboy ranchers, earth, freedom, journey, love,
Premium Member Poem Frontier days douglas pederson Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, imagery,
He Was Going Somewhere, Part II David Welch Narrative Narrative ranchers, addiction, brother, life, meaningful,
He Was Going Somewhere, Part I David Welch Narrative Narrative ranchers, addiction, brother, life, meaningful,
Candy Castle Rebecca Ann Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, fantasy,
The Brothers Culver, Part II David Welch Cowboy Cowboy ranchers, brother, destiny, family, freedom,
Sugar Buzz Sheer Terror Free verse Free verse ranchers, blue, candy, chocolate, color,
Showdown at Heller Ranch David Welch Cowboy Cowboy ranchers, adventure, confusion, hero, smart,
Premium Member Poem My Rally I Tally James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse Free verse ranchers, allusion, betrayal, blessing, celebration,
Premium Member Poem Modern Trees Betty Janko Sonnet Sonnet ranchers, nature, tree,
Premium Member Poem A New Kind of Tree Betty Janko Sonnet Sonnet ranchers, moving on, nature,
Premium Member Poem Conflicts And Farting Cows Vicki Acquah Prose Prose ranchers, abuse, anger, confusion, earth
the peace process jan oskar hansen Blank verse Blank verse ranchers, autumn, basketball, beach, best
Thirst-quenching June Moon Flower Haiku Haiku ranchers, journey, joy, june,
Premium Member Poem Country Veterinarian Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, animal,
Premium Member Poem The Wolf Joyce Johnson Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, animal,
Kavik Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen Acrostic Acrostic ranchers, animal, bereavement, death of
Premium Member Poem Does God Sleep Cona Adams Narrative Narrative ranchers, animal, death,
Premium Member Poem Words, the Heart of Imagination Dr.Ram Mehta Free verse Free verse ranchers, imagination, words,
Premium Member Poem Misty's Wild Ride Carolyn Devonshire Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, horse,
Premium Member Poem The Theory of Writing Dr.Ram Mehta Free verse Free verse ranchers, poetry, writing,
EXPLOITATION Myq Wudz Elegy Elegy ranchers, environment
Apache kid outlaw Michael Byte Sonnet Sonnet ranchers, history,
Premium Member Poem There's A Hole William Masonis Free verse Free verse ranchers, change, dark, environment, visionary,
RAMROD'S FORGET-ME-NOTS Paula Larson Monorhyme Monorhyme ranchers, bullying, car,
Premium Member Poem The Milder Side of The Wild Wild West Andrea Dietrich Free verse Free verse ranchers, family, dream, dream,
My Wild West Jennifer Marie Oliver Cowboy Cowboy ranchers, cowboy-western, may,
Man-Cat-Baby-Demon Jimmi Canada I do not know? I do not know? ranchers, hope, imagination, inspirational, journey,
Premium Member Poem The Punkin Center Tack And Feed Store Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, cowboy-western, funny,
Premium Member Poem Andy's Candy Store Andrea Dietrich Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, children, candy, chocolate, love,
Candy Land ashley gauthier Blank verse Blank verse ranchers, childhood, sweet, candy, red,
Premium Member Poem For my brother Sharon Ruebel Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, dedication, losschildren,
Premium Member Poem God Loves 'Em One And All Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, funnylove, , atheist,
Premium Member Poem A Cowboy Is Carolyn Devonshire Free verse Free verse ranchers, cowboy-westernfreedom,
The Fox, The Wolf, The Coyote, Gerard Keogh Jr. Haiku Haiku ranchers, animals, imagination, nature
Premium Member Poem The .25 cent Movie Paula Swanson Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, nostalgiahero,
"They Are Eating Our Sheep" Danny Nunn I do not know? I do not know? ranchers, cowboy-westernold, birth, old,
Premium Member Poem Riding Misty Carolyn Devonshire Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, adventure, animals, happinesshome, home,
Coyotes Danny Nunn I do not know? I do not know? ranchers, animalscry, drug,
Love Wins Virginia Mitchell Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, caregiving, childhood, family, life,
Premium Member Poem The Big Country James Fraser Rhyme Rhyme ranchers, animals, business, cowboy-western, history,
Premium Member Poem The Year 2000 Marycile Beer Ballad Ballad ranchers, business, imagination, music, children,

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Ranchers Poem Example

Words, the Heart of Imagination

(Inspired by Carl Jung and his psychological theories)



We, the humans pull words from physical reminders as a farmer harvest crops and as ranchers recognize the animals. See how children make friends with their toys and often have imaginary experiences. They believe for a time, a real and living to them that allows them a world of fiction and fantasy. We know the animals talk not but their eyes have the power that speaks great language. And we know for certain how animals differ from men as they don’t have financial worries. See how the birds differ more from man the way they build their nests and as they leave, keep landscape as it was. It’s said about birds if baby bird has human scent mom won’t accept it. And see how the cuckoo arrives in April, starts to sing a song in May: Then in June another tune, and she flies away. Birds have senses quite clearer than man. Once on a chilly Christmas morn I was looking out of the window. Most of the birds have gone on this cold dark winter day. I saw a Cardinal on the tree brilliantly colored Northern Cardinal a winter fixture at snow-covered bird feeders. I asked myself “Do the birds have Christmas?” Looking something to eat or planning in advance for a habitat on the leafless tree. When it gets cold, it flies south when it gets warm, it returns that is what we learn from birds. Maybe waiting his girlfriend’s message About when to bring food to the nest. Real things grow on our vines of Jungian theory As our mind chooses words and create thoughts. One well knows clouds and watermelons As close relatives, kissing cousins genetically As their molecular identity is almost the same. As the mind create The body expels joy and hate. We satisfy our needs the best we can Thereby feed the desire to cast emotional dice.
+++ October 29, 2014 Form: Free Verse" Dr. Ram Mehta Contest: Words; the heart of imagination by Brian Johnston

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