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Poem Details | by Terry Flood |
Categories: humorous,

Cowboy Hat

Why does my new girlfriend always wear a cowboy hat
She lives in the big city in a high rise council flat
I gazed up at the window of her flat up in the sky
And when I did a bloody pigeon did one in my eye

So as I walked away I’m wiping poop to clear my sight
But droppings kept on plopping on my shoulders left and right
All I could do was duck and dive and try to dodge the splats
I looked around and everyone was wearing cowboy hats

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: adventure, cowboy-western, education, children, funny, happiness, imagination, inspirational, life, people, pets, philosophy, places, romance, uplifting, visionary,

Trader Joe

<                           once there was a man named trader Joe
                             could do nothing with hair so let grow
                             under big coonskin hat
                             fleas tick and his pet rat
                             mercantile's just say Oh Hell No

                            once there was saloon name lucky spur
                            where traders brought in their hunted furs
                            in walks old trader Joe
                            miss Molly said let's go
                            now both itch scratch from leftover burrs

Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: cowboy-western, funny, old, old,

Cowpoke Meyers

There was once an old cowpoke named Meyers

   For decades he'd rode an old hoss named Squires

      He'd roped steers and fixed fences

         Enjoyed beer and square dances

           And was bowlegged as a pair of pliers

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
© All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: fun, horse, humorous, poetry, word play,

Hipster Cowgirl and Cowboy

Whoa, man!

Poem Details | by Sam Ruby |
Categories: angst, art, beautiful, beauty, boyfriend, butterfly, caregiving, childhood, computer-internet, confusion, courage, cowboy-western, dance, dark, daughter, dedication, depression, devotion, dream, funny, girl, girlfriend, goodbye, growing up, happiness, humorous, inspirational, lost, lost love, nostalgia, peace, romance, romantic, sad, song, teen, time, uplifting, women, me, love, me,


Your  love pricks me like a rose each thorn grows but no one knows Your so full of 
it as it shows so carry on now go on, go. I'm fed up with the phony and  i'm 
through with the tears, you couldn't pay me all your money to make up for those 
years. Someone help me I feel faint how could I think he was such a saint and 
worst of all I let me fall into a spiral down below. A magic called love carried 
by the dove of someone I use to know.

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: adventure, caregiving, cowboy-western, education, fantasy, funny, imagination, inspirational, life, on work and working, people, slam, visionary, work

The Naked Truth

<                                our top story tonight is Lawyers
                                  a pain in the *** and real spoilers
                                  with  fancy cars homes suits
                                  fifteen hundred kaboot
                                  rather hire cowboy wearing just spurs

Entry For Carolyn Devonshire's 
Lawyer Limerick's Contest

GL All

Poem Details | by MARGARITA VERA |
Categories: adventure, animals, childhood, daughter, death, fear, food, children, forgiveness, friendship, funny, girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, hope, life, loss, love, mother, music, peace, romance, love,


Tainted love 
or tired love?
Smug attitudes
and weak games
Look at you!
Your such a lame!
Me cry?! Ha! Not no more!
Five point five years
What a joke?!
All you do is lie
Keep smoking your life away!
Wake up before its too late!
Before this love turns into hate!
Your too old to act this way!
Your too comfortable
You cant stay!
In my life!
In my way!
Goodbye to you!!!

Poem Details | by Glen Enloe |
Categories: cowboy-western, funny, social,

Cowboys Don't Wear Crocs

Although there be some debatin’
‘Bout if ol’ cowboys wear socks—
I can tell you fer a dern fact,
That true cowboys don’t wear Crocs.

They just don’t fit a stirrup right,
And bright colors scare the stock—
I’ll sure nuff shoot the first cowboy
I see wearin’ a new Croc!

Oh, we talk of Old West legends
Like our Jesses’ and Hickoks—
But I hope I never do see
Cowboys herdin’ in their Crocs!

And when that great cattle Master
Lays me low beneath the rocks—
Just make sure I’m wearin’ my boots
And not a pair of them Crocs!

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: heaven, humor, religion, boy,

The Cowboy and Beelzebub

Off to the Church this Cowboy went For Sunday to him was Heaven sent But as he took to his pew Suddenly into their view Beelzebub, he, now present Imagine the screaming now starting To the exits they're simply departing But this Cowboy remains Against Beelzebub's deign Oh the odours of the leaving farting To the Cowboy, Beelzebub says In a broken down language display Are you frightened of me Am I stronger than thee Not really, who do you think you portray For Satan I am, but you never have fears No matter what I say, leaves you no tears So simply, what can it be That your not scared of thee I've been married to your sister for years .

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: adventure, animals, cowboy-western, funny, imagination, inspirational, uplifting, visionary

Slow Poke

not even herdsmen
can gather all the pokee's
at the dinner bell

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: adventure, cowboy-western, fantasy, funny, history, imagination, inspirational, life, people, uplifting, visionary

Let's Duke It Out

<                   Once came along an man named John Wayne
                     Winchester by his side causes more pain                           
                     Dusty trails ballroom brawls
                     Battlefield's muddy crawls
                     The duke of western inflicting gains

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: adventure, cowboy-western, dedication, education, family, fantasy, funny, history, imagination, inspirational, life, native american, peace, people, places, uplifting, visionary, war

How The West Was Won

<                         O ye how the west has gone won
                           now wipe those trails of tears my son
                           dance the ring of fire for fun
                           speak and learn native ways
                           learn not to speak with riffles gun
                           rustle bacon beans  Hey !

Written By Katherine Stella 7/3/11

Entry For Dr Ram's 
Rime Couee's Contest
G.L. All

Poem Details | by Thaomi Pham |
Categories: fun, future, giggle, soulmate,

Country Boy Come This Way

I'm a city girl, 
looking for a cow boy.

He'd teach me how to twirl
to the folk dance near the bay.
I'll listen to him yodel
and watch him feed cute horses hay.

There won't be a note he can't handle
cause he sings and plays the guitar everyday.
He'd take me around the world
with his big old truck while he screams, "Make way!"

I'll want my life to be simple:
raise children, make sure the crops are okay, etc.
On the porch swing, we'll cuddle.
Moon lights and shooting stars flash away.'s a bucket for you to hurl,
but I'll marry a country boy one day!

Poem Details | by DrJim Martin |
Categories: funny, boy,


Dr. James E. Martin
©April, 2014

College educated – all are not.
Outdoors they are – quite a lot.
Wintry weather slows them never,
Built they are for inclement weather.
Overtly driven by a style that’s unique,
Youngsters this lifestyle often seek!

Poem Details | by Alexandra Caruso |
Categories: adventure, allegory, angst, animals, confusion, cowboy-western, devotion, fantasy, funny, imagination, inspirational, philosophy, romance, slam, social, sorry, thank you, uplifting, war, wedding,

Drippity drip drip

Take me there I don't care Touch my hair Eat this pear!!! I am bare Want to share? Do you care? I am bear I'll let you stare Don't go there By the chair Or on that stair? Your skin is fair You look like Cher Come to my lair But pay my fare Drippity drip drip

Poem Details | by Tom Higgins |
Categories: cowboy-western, funny, write, write,

On Clint Eastwood's Birthday

For a fistful of dollars,
I'd write a new 'happy birthday.'
For a few dollars more.
I'd even write the score.
To avoid dirty Harry,
the good, the bad, and the ugly, I'd marry.
And for the man with no name,
I'd most likely, do the same!

Tom Higgins

Poem Details | by Larry Bradfield |
Categories: humorous,

A Young Cowboy Named Homer

There was a young cowboy named Homer
Who broke bronchos and was a roamer
The girl that he called hon
Said,"When all's said and done,
Those bronchos are breakin' your gomer."


Poem Details | by Glen Enloe |
Categories: cowboy-western, food, funny, social,

Cowboy Toe-Foo

I think that I shall never see
A cowboy that eats toe-foo—
Sech a dern thang jest could not be
In this ol’ bunkhouse crew!

Real men eats beef an’ pork an’ beans—
And all thangs within their reach—
Us real cowpokes drink coffee black—
Turn noses up at quiche!

Veggies should stay in ranch gardens—
These lips will taste no yogurt!
Good stew and biscuits make amends—
Seaweed makes bellies hurt!

Give us jerky or give us death—
Give us beans till we’re all blue—
But with all your strength and your breath—
Don’ serve us no toe-foo!

Poem Details | by Larry Bradfield |
Categories: humor,

The Best There's Ever Been

The day that boy was born, God showed his Texas side
Gave a Divine chuckle. said, "That boy oughta ride!"
At one hour old God put a twinkle in his eye
"The makins of a cowboy that'll make gals sigh."

He bowed the little legs just enough for swagger
Fixed his feet for cowboy boots so's he won't stagger
God trimmed his hips and waist so he'd fit the saddle
Straightened his toes and knees so they didn't spraddle

The years passed by as he won all there was to win
He grew old and was called "The best there's ever been."
When he died they found on his back a small tattoo
"My son, you were born to rodeo! - See that you do !!"

September 30, 2016

Poem Details | by Christopher Lampton |
Categories: funny love, humor, lust, boy,

dirtbag cowboy

it smells like sex in here he said as
he walked into the bedroom
it's time to put some clothes on
we have a busy day
she only has one request 
before she can get up
a jack daniels on ice
that's what she needs
to start this thing out right
here are your panties and bra
and what was your name again?

Poem Details | by Jimmy Anderson |
Categories: dedication, funny,

A Cowboy Is


A Cowboy Is





There once was a cowboy name Joe.
Who took his girlfriend to a show.
The lights were turned low.
Her lips he did blow.
It just goes to show Joe did go!!!!

*For Tirzah Conway's "A Cowboy Is" contest

Poem Details | by Angelo Pierre louis |
Categories: allegory, black african american, brother, education, faith, fantasy, food, funny, history, introspection, life,


our,that we have..
these are our tools..weapons..instruments
and we just want to live..
put into a situation in wich we did not choose our roles..
some of us are the fans and the royalty
they watch people like me do what needs to be done...
people like me..we just want to live
so we use our weapons and do what we have to..
we didnt choose for it to be like this..
we watch the fortunate  crowd the seats of this coliseum called life..
and they watch us jump back and forth through shades of color..
they judge us...
but we just want to live

Poem Details | by Glen Enloe |
Categories: cowboy-western, funny, nature,

Cowboy Haiku

He done stepped in
And it weren’t nothin’ too good,
Just a small road kill.

Poem Details | by DAVID WALLACE |
Categories: adventure, cowboy-western, funny

The Masked Lawman

The masked stranger

Tenderly the ranger stood
With kitty in his arms
The saloon fight had rendered her
Enraptured by his charms
His easy strength and gentle face
Though hidden by his mask
Left saloon Kitty faint of heart
Almost afraid to ask
‘Say masked stranger 
Are you the law?’
She mewed in melting tones
‘I am,’ the stranger answered
‘This racoon rides alone.’
And so the legend started
Of a masked and lone lawman
Though others have 
in other times
Adapted his lone stand.

Poem Details | by Granny Face |
Categories: business, cowboy-western, depression, education, fear, food, funeral, funny, girlfriend-boyfriend, health, inspirational, sad, visionary, war,

Invisible's Invincibility

I am an invisible man.
Try and see me if you can.

Shy and quiet I remain alone.
Silent is my voice’s tone

No one can feel my pain and sorrow
As I hide inside of my burrow. 

Shadows consume my body and soul
As I embrace the misty cold. 

The reason for my unseen being
Lies in the fact I hate being seen.

This life and existence’s of my own choice
And I choose not to have a voice.

I am silent. Invisible. Inexistent.
Yet I am invincible, an immortal being