John McCornack

Rookie (Yukon, Oklahoma)

John McCornack Poems

1. Education And Wisdom 5/14/2007
2. Sticky Buns 5/14/2007
3. Mt. Scott 5/14/2007
4. Oklahoma City University 5/14/2007
5. Guthrie Under A Tree 5/14/2007
6. Car In Wheat Field 5/14/2007
7. On The Bright Side 5/14/2007
8. Another Cold Day 5/15/2007
9. Signs Of Spring 5/15/2007
10. Oklahoma University 5/15/2007
11. Norge, Oklahoma 5/15/2007
12. Route 66 Bridge 5/15/2007
13. Pole Windmills 5/15/2007
14. Cloud Chief Monument 5/15/2007
15. Brahma Bull 5/15/2007
16. Windmill Addiction 5/15/2007
17. Jet Trails 5/15/2007
18. Yellow Flowers 5/16/2007
19. Governor's Mansion 5/16/2007
20. Rambo 5/16/2007
21. Victory 5/16/2007
22. Tomorrow 5/16/2007
23. The Bird 5/15/2007
24. Heavenly Fence 5/15/2007
25. 4 Lights 5/15/2007
26. Curious 5/15/2007
27. 88 And Oil 5/16/2007
28. Spindletop 5/17/2007
29. Dill City Oil Field 5/17/2007
30. Cowden Round 5/17/2007
31. Fall Planting 5/17/2007
32. Heavenly Tower 5/17/2007
33. Rolling Thunder 5/18/2007
34. Contentment 5/18/2007
35. Ice Tea 5/18/2007
36. Orange Gate 5/18/2007
37. Color Of Fall 5/18/2007
38. Mornings 5/18/2007
39. Sun God 5/18/2007
40. Sky Art 5/18/2007

Comments about John McCornack

  • Marilyn Lott Marilyn Lott (4/1/2008 2:57:00 PM)

    John is one of the best Red Dirt men I know.
    He takes you on Red Dirt trips with his wonderful
    poetry and you can travel along with him as he
    takes you all over the world in his web pages.

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  • George Wootton (5/29/2007 10:39:00 AM)

    Hello John, I reside in Mustang, OK. so we are close neighbors. I too design and build high pressure equipment as well as other specialized equipment in a large manufacturing plant where I have been employed for almost 40 years. Spring is my favorite season and I see even the storm clouds in awesome beauty though they sometimes scare the heck out of me! I enjoy your work very much and look forward to reading more as time permits. George.

Best Poem of John McCornack

One More Mile

Give me the strength to travel one more mile
To out in the country where people still farm
To where there is still a sense of community
With wheat fields, horses, plus many a barn

Out where the cows and horses still run free
Where natural beauty provides a dreamland
Here there are red sunsets and simple trees
Just give me one more mile in this great land

Read the full of One More Mile

Cloud Chief Horses

I never had a horse at Cloud Chief
Even though horses were in season
My dad would say I ate like a horse
So to save food that was the reason

I guess it was either me or a horse
My dad had an horse in early days
Must of had more food in his time
Good reason to love his yesterdays

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