Juan Olivarez (september 12 / nyssa oregon)
The Horse Bucked Buck
The Paint bucked Buck,
Into the cactus stand.
Ole hard luck Buck,
Hardest luck in the land.
Buck stood up and began to cry,
His posterior covered with cactus spines.
Then he put his boots in a cow patty pie,
And he screamed (at no one) I'm losing my mind.
3/23/13 Alton Texas
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