John McCornack

Rookie (Yukon, Oklahoma)

John McCornack Poems

41. Peaceful Clouds 5/18/2007
42. Lighting Creek 5/18/2007
43. Raging Sunsets 5/18/2007
44. Big Sky Fishing 5/19/2007
45. Cool Waters  5/19/2007
46. The Azalea 5/19/2007
47. Our Red Dirt Road 5/20/2007
48. Disaster 5/20/2007
49. Fields Of Ice 5/20/2007
50. Searching For Oney 5/20/2007
51. Where Is Oney? 5/20/2007
52. Horse And Flag 5/20/2007
53. Sunlit Ice 5/20/2007
54. Can You Hear Me 5/20/2007
55. Ice Memories 5/20/2007
56. Magical Night 5/20/2007
57. Land Of Snow 5/20/2007
58. Land Of Ducks 5/20/2007
59. Looking South 5/20/2007
60. Miss Gindersperger 5/20/2007
61. No Mail Today 5/20/2007
62. Azalea 5/20/2007
63. Red Tones 5/21/2007
64. Old Glory 5/19/2007
65. Yukon Clydesdales 5/19/2007
66. Cow Tipping 5/19/2007
67. Auld Lang Syne 5/19/2007
68. Yukon Ice 5/19/2007
69. Yukon Upside Down 5/19/2007
70. Ice Fences 5/20/2007
71. Mustang Country 5/20/2007
72. Brown Among The Green 5/20/2007
73. Dazzling And Deadly 5/20/2007
74. Chariot's Of Fire 5/21/2007
75. Oklahoma Homesteaders Ii 5/22/2007
76. Knox County Homesteaders 5/22/2007
77. Soda Pops 5/22/2007
78. Field Of Dreams 5/22/2007
79. Secret Of Life 5/22/2007
80. Building A wall 5/22/2007

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

Sticky Buns

Guess what I found at Marie Calendar's
Large Sticky buns and Hazzleberry pies
Designed to be appealing to one’s eyes
But now I must take the road back home

But maybe tomorrow I will be back here
With my Sony digital camera in my hand
If l am sober and the creek don’t expand
Will be searching for places to eat alone

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