A Cowboy's Midnight Poems
Life is a wonderful journey and especially if you are fortunate enough to spend it with someone whose company you cherish dearly. In another life I would have been a cowboy but in this one I will have to settle for being a cowboy poet. I hope you enjoy the read as much as I have the writing.
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