Gordon Jerome

Best Seat 'Lasso Lou' - Poem by Gordon Jerome

Let me tell you my tale
About the man down the trail
That cowpoke who’s leading us through
Now then due to his fame
You should all know his name
That’s the legend known as Ole Lasso Lou
He’s wrestled grizzlies for fun
And stopped stampedes on the run
Oh and put his lasso round a twister or two
If you asked Lou just why
I believe he would simply reply
At the moment it seemed the right thing to do
Lou’s helped many a stranger
Out of many a danger
When they bit off much more than they could chew
So when he comes in to eat
Let him have the best seat
For no one deserves it more than Ole Lasso Lou.
“closing thought”
Respect is a privilege that has to be earned
The more that it’s shown the faster it’s learned

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 8, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, August 20, 2010

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