John McCornack

Rookie (Yukon, Oklahoma)

John McCornack Poems

81. The World Of Barn 5/22/2007
82. Buffalo Country 5/22/2007
83. Koffee Klatch 5/22/2007
84. A Wind Touched Sunrise 5/22/2007
85. Red Dirt Cows 5/22/2007
86. Buffalo In Mt. Scott 5/23/2007
87. Dandelion 5/23/2007
88. Up Or Down 5/23/2007
89. The Great Wheel Of Life 5/23/2007
90. Red Dirt Cowgirl 6/1/2007
91. The Flowers Of Spanish Cove 6/3/2007
92. Horse Kaleidoscope 6/7/2007
93. Feel The Power 6/7/2007
94. Finding Happiness 6/8/2007
95. Through The Lens 6/9/2007
96. Out Of The Box 6/9/2007
97. Capitol Christmas Trees 6/10/2007
98. Always Available 6/12/2007
99. Unenforced Bondage 6/13/2007
100. Chicken Fried Steak 6/16/2007
101. Sears & Roebuck Priorities Of Life 8/13/2007
102. Fishing On Tulsa Time 8/14/2007
103. Oil Well Roads 8/17/2007
104. Grandpa’s Barn 8/19/2007
105. Crows In A Tropical Storm 8/21/2007
106. World Of School 8/22/2007
107. Where Red Brick Is King 8/22/2007
108. Bring Back Spring 8/26/2007
109. The World Of Red Dirt 8/26/2007
110. Oklahoma Homesteaders I 8/26/2007
111. The World Of Peoria 11/25/2007
112. Firing Of The Christmas Guns 11/29/2007
113. Magic Snow 12/15/2007
114. Christmas At The Governor's Mansion 12/15/2007
115. Flu Shot 12/15/2007
116. Ode To John Mccornack 12/25/2007
117. The Desire Goes On 12/30/2007
118. Amish School 1/7/2008
119. Get Along 6/18/2007
120. Locked Car 6/18/2007

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

Mt. Scott

The right of passage was to climb Mt. Scott
Many climbs ended with scratches on arms
But for young kids from nearby Cloud Chief
Was a challenge that beat working on farms

Upward we all went over one rock at a time
Being first to stand on top was one's dream
As we reached the top we shouted with joy
As each had just improved their self-esteem

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