John McCornack

Rookie (Yukon, Oklahoma)

John McCornack Poems

121. Caterpllar Welcomes John Mccornack 6/21/2007
122. Started To Fly 6/25/2007
123. Open Up The Gate 7/4/2007
124. The Cowboy In Me 8/11/2007
125. Longhorn Pride 2/27/2008
126. Cloud Chief, Oklahoma 2/28/2008
127. Mccornack Time 6/11/2008
128. Mccornack Homesteaders 7/8/2008
129. What Is Love? 7/14/2010
130. Spring Is Back 7/29/2010
131. Yukon Eclectic 9/19/2010
132. Christmas On Red Dirt 12/1/2010
133. John Mccornack's Retirement 5/17/2007
134. Become More Tall 6/30/2007
135. Flea Free 7/1/2007
136. The World Of Bradley University 11/23/2008
137. Oklahoma 12/19/2008
138. With A Common Purpose 1/15/2009
139. Unlocked Churches 8/25/2007
140. Lunch At The Millers 8/29/2007
141. Treat In A Gunnysack 7/16/2011
142. Red Dirt Elephants 7/17/2011
143. Red Dirt Marriages 7/18/2011
144. Cars And Pigs And Oil 5/22/2007
145. Rainy Mountain 5/22/2007
146. Family Memories 5/14/2007
147. World Of Cow 8/15/2007
148. Wild Pink Roses 11/20/2008
149. The Creation Of John Mccornack 6/17/2007
150. Sleet Storm In yukon 5/22/2007
151. Equine Laureate 5/21/2007
152. Grandpa's Cotton 5/21/2007
153. Sagebrush 5/19/2007
154. Genuine Love 5/17/2007
155. John Deere Homes 5/15/2007
156. Big Fish 5/15/2007
157. No Food Today 5/21/2007
158. Leaving On A Jet Plane 5/21/2007
159. Cowboys Don'T Cry 8/13/2007
160. Mccornack Family 5/9/2009
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

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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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